Ethan Weiland is a graduate student in the Department of Sociology at Indiana University Bloomington, pursuing a Ph.D. in Sociology and a M.S. in Applied Statistics. His M.A. in Sociology measured debt and financial distress among Millennials and tracked these measures over time. His general research interests include: (1) the financial health of young American adults; and (2) various questions in quantitative methodology and statistical programming. Additionally, he really enjoys teaching his Introduction to Sociology course. Before coming to Bloomington, Ethan graduated summa cum laude with research distinction in sociology from The Ohio State University, double majoring in sociology and philosophy. Outside of work, Ethan is an avid soccer fan, a runner, and is engaged in various data projects.