California State University, Fullerton

Randolph Hubach

2010-2011Alumni Association Award Recipient

 Randolph Hubach Portrait Randolph Hubach is graduating with a Master of Public Health degree in the Department of Health Science. At the top of his cohort, Randy has worked on several research projects and co-authored an article in press for a peer-reviewed journal titled “Addressing the intersections of violence and HIV/AIDS: A qualitative study of service providers.”

Randy’s thesis is entitled “The Influence of Loneliness on HIV Risk Behaviors in Young Men Who Have Sex with Men of HIV-Negative/Unknown Status: A Grounded Theory Approach.” This thesis addresses an understudied topic and has the potential to fill significant gaps in our knowledge of the connection between mental health and HIV risk behaviors in a critically at-risk population. Randy has been accepted to the prestigious Ph.D. program in Health Behavior at Indiana University. We look forward to learning of the continued work and impact on behalf of this outstanding Titan.