Ethan Weiland is a first-year student in the department. On top of the Ph.D. in Sociology he is also pursuing a Masters of Science in Applied Statistics. Ethan graduated summa cum laude with research distinction in sociology from The Ohio State University in December 2020. As an undergraduate Ethan double majored in sociology and philosophy, gained quantitative training through the Cross-national Studies: Interdisciplinary Research and Training Program (CONSIRT), and gained qualitative training through the Rwanda Research Track program. His undergraduate thesis explored determinants of populist voting in Poland. Outside of work, Ethan is an avid soccer fan.
Research & teaching interests
economic sociology; quantitative methods; statistics; political sociology; social policy