M.S. Ed., Learning Design & Technology, Purdue University, is a former Research Coordinator for Parent/Preadolescent
Training for HIV Prevention—Competing Continuation (PATH-3),
where he performed qualitative and quantitative data analysis, literature
searches and reviews, research and preparation for presentations and
publications, administration of follow-up interviews, coding and entering
data into SPSS, and tracking overall progress of data collection efforts.
He also served as a trainer for the Center’s Positive
and Supportive Caring for People Living with HIV,
working on curriculum development and research, as well as conducted
trainings with the Center’s Director of
Training and Professional Development.
Mr. McGinniss is a Center consultant for educational technology, instructional design, and research/data management projects. He is also a freelance New York wedding and event photographer.
Center Presentations and Publications:
Stasik, D., Draghicescu, D., Krauss, B., & McGinniss, S. (2008, October). Parental perception of child HIV risk in a high seroprevalence neighborhood. Poster presented at the NIMH Conference on Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Providence, RI.
Krauss, B., Hodorek, S., McGinniss, S., O'Day, J. (2008, August). Mothers, fathers, daughters and sons: Long term gender-fair risk and stigma reduction outcomes of a family- and community-based intervention for young adolescents. Poster presented at the XVII-th International AIDS Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.
Krauss, B., McGinniss, S., O'Day, J., Hodorek, S., Bournea, M., Kaplan, R. (2007, July). Delaying tactics: Parent HIV education as a protective factor for early sexual debut. Presented in Poster Session at the NIMH Conference on Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, San Francisco, CA.
Krauss, B., Nwakeze, P., McGinniss, S., Hodorek, S., Menhert, T., Kaplan, R., and the PCM Research Group (2007). Evaluation of the HIV Prevention Case Management Program: Final report to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and Medical and Health Research Association/HIV Care Services. New York, NY: NYCDoHMH/MHRA HIV Care Services.
Krauss, B., O'Day, J., Godfrey, C., Rente, K., Freidin, L., Bratt, E., Minian, N., Knibb, K., Welch, C., Kaplan, R., McGinniss, S., Saxena, G., Nwakeze, P. & Curtain, S. (2006). Who wins in the status games? Violence, sexual violence and an emerging single standard among adolescent women. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1087 (November), 56-73.
Supporting and caring for people living with HIV/AIDS: A training for employees of non-profit organizations (2006). With Dan Rosen, PhD, Director of Training and Professional Development, Center for Community and Urban Health; training given to WHEDCo and 168th Street Improvement Council employees (Co-Facilitator).