Dr. Kaluyu earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance and Economics from Ramapo College of New Jersey, a Masters degree in Finance and Economics from NJIT receiving his PhD in Urban Systems. He has worked as a director of training for Corporate-America Training and Consulting (CTC Consulting), a training and design company that served fortune 500 corporations. Dr. Kaluyu has also been in involved in community development activities that help inner-city, low-income and minority populations develop income-generating skills. In Africa, he has volunteered his services in health education, HIV/AIDS research, scientific research methods, program management, financial analysis and program evaluation. Interests include research metrics and analytics, program evaluation, dissertation and thesis help for graduate students (both qualitative/quantitative/mixed research methods). Dr. Kaluyu also lectures as an adjunct professor for graduate studies. He enjoys guest speaking on: practical research methods, health disparities, appropriate research designs for culturally sensitive studies and finance/economics topics.
Determinants of Risky Sexual Behaviors of Kenyan Immigrant Men in the U.S and During Visits in Kenya
Kenyan immigrant men originate from sub-Saharan Africa with the highest HIV prevalence in the world. The study hypotheses were: 1) Attitude towards condom use differs between Kenya and the US, 2) Condom use behavior with primary sex partners differ between Kenya and the US, 3) Condom use behavior with casual sex partners differ between Kenya and the US, 4) Sexual behaviors with casual partners differ between Kenya and the US, 5)Age affects risky sexual behaviors in the US, 6) Age affects risky sexual behaviors during visits in Kenya, 7) Income affects risky sexual behaviors in the US, 8) Income affects risky sexual behaviors during visits in Keny
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