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Ashley Holland


Dr. Holland joined the faculty of the Department of Science and Mathematics at Cedarville University in 2013. She enjoys probability and statistics, and she conducted her dissertation research in penalized spline estimation within the field of semiparametric econometrics. She has experience in Stata, a statistics package, and interned at StataCorp during graduate school. She has also been a Summer Faculty Fellow at the Air Force Institute of Technology.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics, University of Michigan
  • M.S. in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics, University of Michigan
  • B.S. in Mathematics, Cedarville University

Scholarly Works

  • Jeanson, Nathaniel T., and Ashley D. Holland. "Evidence for a Human Y Chromosome Molecular Clock: Pedigree-Based Mutation Rates Suggest a 4,500-Year History for Human Paternal Inheritance." Answers Research Journal 12 (2019): 393-404.
  • Holland, Ashley D. "Penalized spline estimation in the partially linear model." Journal of Multivariate Analysis 153 (2017): 211-235.
  • Cattaneo, Matias D., David M. Drukker, and Ashley D. Holland. "Estimation of multivalued treatment effects under conditional independence." The Stata Journal 13.3 (2013): 407-450.
  • Interests

    • Interests: Reading, spending time with husband Darren and daughter Adaleene, spending time with family, playing with her dog, Luna
    • Why Cedarville: I chose to work at Cedarville University because I love talking about mathematics all day and working with students. I enjoy serving the Lord here by helping to provide a God-honoring, life-changing college experience for our students, as they grow in faith and pursue academic excellence.