Table 3 Demographic and behavioral characteristics associated with having been tested for HIV in the past among people surveyed at seven historically black colleges and universities, January —April Open in a separate window aSurveys conducted in Arkansas were administered at the University of Arkansas in Pine Bluff, and Philander Smith College and Arkansas Baptist College, both in Little Rock; surveys conducted in Georgia were administered at Albany State University in Albany and Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley; surveys conducted in Mississippi were administered at Jackson State University in Jackson; and surveys conducted in Washington, D. Another possible reason for the small number of new HIV diagnoses may be that the prevalence of HIV infection in the HBCU communities included in this project was lower than the prevalence in the general population of black people aged 18 to 24 years in the U. She was again featured on the cover of the annual issue in , having made the "Most Beautiful" list a record six times during the decade , , , , , Acknowledgments The authors thank the following individuals and institutions for their help on the historically black colleges and universities Advancing HIV Prevention demonstration project: Frasier is actively involved in Newark, NJ, helping aspiring entrepreneurs. However, the film was only distributed on home video markets. Pfeiffer handed her producing partner Guinzburg one final film to produce under the Via Rosa Productions header. Am J Public Health. J Am Coll Health. Compared with respondents who had completed none to one year of college, there was an increasing likelihood of having previously been tested for HIV as the number of academic years respondents had completed increased. Human Trafficking is a Public Health Issue is a comprehensive offering in educating readers on human trafficking through a multi-pronged public health lens. One possible reason for the paucity of new HIV diagnoses might be that people who perceived themselves to be at high risk for infection were less willing to be tested at HBCUs. Revised recommendations for HIV testing of adults, adolescents, and pregnant women in health-care settings. The film was produced by her company, but instead starred Angelina Jolie and Antonio Banderas. Critical response towards the film was mixed, but writers acclaimed the actors' performances—most notably Depp and Pfeiffer's. In , CDC recommended that all people aged 13 to 64 years be screened for HIV in all health-care settings after being notified that testing will be performed unless they decline.