Schenita Randolph, assistant professor, was highlighted in The New York Times' article "Keeping Kids Curious About Their Bodies Without Shame" by Jenny Marder. The article discusses how to talk to children about body curiosity and setting boundaries for their behavior.
Assistant Professors Kara McGee and Schenita Randolph and Micheal Relf, associate dean for global and community health affairs, contributed to the article "Alarm at the Gate — Health and Social Inequalities are Comorbid Conditions of HIV and COVID-19" for the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC). Relf is JANAC's editor-in-chief.
Congratulations to Schenita Randolph, assistant professor, and the entire research team for the award for their proposal to Gilead Sciences, Inc. entitled: “A Salon-Based, Multi-level Intervention to Improve PrEP Uptake Among Black Women Living in the United States South." The award is for a three-year period with a start date of August 1, 2020.
Assistant Professors Schenita D. Randolph and Ragan Johnson were part of the virtual "COVID-19 Community Conversations: Transitioning back to the salon and barbershop" meeting on April 27.
Schenita Randolph, assistant professor, published a chapter entitled "Chapter Eight - Project PLACE: Enhancing community and acadmic partnerships to describe and address health disparities" in Advances in Cancer Research.
Schenita Randolph, assistant professor, recently co-presented at the American Public Health Association annual conference held in Philadelphia, PA. Her presentation was entitled "Development and implementation of a stakeholder model within an academic center of excellence to promote community-stakeholder engaged research."
Schenita Randolph, assistant professor, will present her research "Strategies for Development and Sustainability of Stakeholder Engagement in a Multi-Site Study" at the American Public Health Association's (APHA) 2019 Annual Meeting & Expo in Philadelphia. Her research will be a part of the "Community-driven work: For science. For action. For health" session on Nov. 5 from 8:30 until 10 a.m.
Schenita Randolph, assistant professor, will present "Black Fathers Matter: The Role of Dad's in Adolescent Sexual Health" at the upcoming Black Communities: A Conference for Collaboration in September.
The Black Communities Conference is a vibrant and uniquely important gathering featuring panel discussions, local tours, film screenings, workshops, keynotes and more. The core mission is to foster collaboration among Black communities and universities for the purpose of enhancing Black community life and furthering the understanding of Black communities.