Dr. Andrew A. Zekeri
|Andrew A. Zekeri, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology and Sociology
College of Arts and Sciences
John A. Kenney Hall, Room 44-325
Tuskegee, AL 36088
- Community Economic Development
- Food Insecurity
- Poverty and Rural Development
- HIV/AIDS Conspiracy
- Dr. Berhanu Tameru
Biomedical Information Management Systems, College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health
- Dr. Rueben Warren
National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care
- Dr. Robert Zabawa
George Washington Carver Agricultural Experiment Station
Professor Andrew A. Zekeri received his Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University, University Park. His current research foci include Community Economic Development Strategies, Rural Poverty, Food Insecurity in Alabama Black Belt, Conspiracy Theories about HIV/AIDS in the Rural South, Health Disparities, and Rebuilding Lives after Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Zekeri’s group is currently developing a Community Based Epidemiologic of Health Model to study HIV/AIDS in the Black Belt Counties of Alabama.
- Zekeri, Andrew A. and Rueben Warren, “Educational Attainment, Agricultural Jobs and Income Among Alumni from Historically Black Land-Grant Colleges and Universities” College Student Journal, 45 (4):891-896, 2011.
- Zekeri, Andrew A. “Household Food Insecurity and Depression among Single Mothers in Rural Alabama ” Journal of Rural Social Sciences, 25 (1):90-102, 2010.
- Zekeri, Andrew A. Tsegaye Habtemariam, B. Tameru, D. Ngawa & V. Robnett. “Conspiracy beliefs about HIV/AIDS among HIV-positive African-American patients in rural Alabama" Psychological Reports, 104 (2): 388-394, 2009.
- Zekeri, Andrew A. “Livelihood Strategies of Food-Insecure Poor, Female-Headed Families in Rural Alabama" Psychological Reports, 101 (4): 1031-1036, 2007.