Alicia Landon, Administrative Staff Officer

Alicia is responsible for implementation and maintenance of the Center budgets, supervising the accounting system and establishing internal control of accounting procedures as well as managing fiscal information related to grants and contracts. This includes monitoring compliance with federal, state and university policies and procedures including cost accounting compliance. She is also the Center’s liaison with human resources, fiscal, sponsored projects and other units in the Office of the Vice President for Research.  Alicia received her Bachelor's in English from Lafayette College and has worked for the University of Kentucky within a variety of business areas since 2010. 

Jaspreet Chahal, Project Manager

Jasz manages C.A.T.S. (Campus Attitudes Toward Safety) on campus, a project developed to provide administration with data about campus safety as an internal quality improvement project. The information covers students' perceptions of campus safety, students' knowledge of and inclination to use campus resources, bystander attitudes and behaviors, and students' experience of violent or adverse incidents. Ms. Chahal's research iinterests include violence and victimization on college campuses, cultural factors and vulnerability to sexual violence, as well as the adverse health outcomes of violence and victimization. In 2007, Jaspreet received her M.S. in Criminal Justice from Eastern Kentucky University and is currently finishing her doctoral degree in Criminology, Law, and Society from George Mason University.

Caihong Li, Statistician

Caihong recently received her Ph.D. in Education Sciences at the University of Kentucky. Her major research interest is in quantitative methods and psychometrics. She began working with the Center in August 2016. She has collaborated with researchers and professors in the Center on several projects, including Affirmative Consent, Barriers of Help-seeking among University Students, and What is Justice. She serves as the statistical consultant and performs a multitude of data analysis on various research projects. View CV.

Graduate Research Assistants

Rachel Barczak, Graduate Research Assistant.

Rachel is a Ph.D. student in UK's Department of Sociology. She began working at the Center in January 2020 as the Project Manager for an ongoing quasi-experimental study evaluating a local domestic violence shelter's therapeutic horticulture program. Her research interests include gendered violence, mixed-methods, feminist criminology, and social psychology. She holds a B.A. in psychology and sociology and a M.A. in sociology. 


Lisa Kistler, Graduate Research Assistant.

Lisa is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at the University of Kentucky.  She began working at the Center in Fall 2019.  Her research interests include qualitative research, mixed-methods, and topics related to social inequality. She holds a B.A. and M.Sc. degrees in Geography.

Zhenhui Piao, Graduate Research Assistant

Zhenhui is a first-year Ph.D. student majoring in Quantitative and Psychometric Methods in Department of Education Sciences at the University of Kentucky. She began working at the Center in October 2021. Her research interests include data statistics, big data,  data analysis, visualization, web application, and Enterprise resource planning (ERP). She holds a B.A. and M.Sc. degrees in Computer science.