Philip Kreniske, PhD

Post-doctoral Fellow, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies

Email: pk2361@cumc.columbia.edu

 Tel: (646) 774-6903


Philip Kreniske Ph.D., is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. He received his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the Graduate Center, CUNY.

Dr. Kreniske’s research focuses on health and adolescent transitions in the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa . In the U.S. Kreniske has used mixed methods to examine the role of innovative technologies in the transition to college and he is currently applying a similar approach to examine the relationship between educational attainment and HIV/AIDS in Rakai, Uganda.
 

EDUCATION:

Lehman College, Bronx, New York
MS.Ed - 2007 - Teaching English to Speakers of other languages

CUNY -  The Graduate Center, New York, NY
MA - 2013 - Developmental Psychology
PhD - 2016 -  Developmental Psychology
 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2016: Research Associate at the CUNY Graduate Center

2016: OpenLab Community Facilitator, The New York City College of Technology. 
 

HONORS AND AWARDS

2005-2007: New York City Teaching Fellow

2011 - 2014: Graduate Teaching Fellow, Hunter College, CUNY

2010- 2015: Enhanced Chancellor’s Fellow, The Graduate Center, CUNY

2015 - 2016: Frances Degen Horowitz Dissertation Fellowship, The Graduate Center, CUNY