Kathryn Holland is the director of the Sexual Assault and Sexual Health (SASH) Lab, where she and others study a variety of issues related to sexual assault and sexual health—with the goal of helping people, especially women, live safer and healthier lives. An assistant professor within both the Department of Psychology and the Department of Women and Gender Studies, Holland joined the university faculty in 2017. She works within both disciplines to investigate how people’s health and wellbeing are influenced by their social environments, focussing on formal support systems, social norms, and interpersonal processes.
Sam Allgood’s research includes economic education, the efficiency of taxation, and CEO turnover and compensation. He also studies labor economics and microeconomics. Allgood is current chair of the American Economic Association’s (AEA) Task Force for Outreach To Undergraduate and High School Students and a member of the AEA Committee on Equity, Diversity, and Professional Conduct. He is co-editor of the Journal of Economic Education. Allgood’s research has been published in the Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Business, Economic Inquiry, National Tax Journal, Journal of Corporate Finance, and the Journal of Economic Literature among others. He is Edwin J. Faulkner professor of economics at UNL.