B. Ethan Coston, Ph.D.
Ethan Coston engages in numerous transdisciplinary, collaborative, student-led, and public science projects on developmental health, reproductive justice, and disability rights. As a Sociologist by training, their academic engagement is inherently political and rooted in queer, feminist, trans, and mad ethics. In the classroom, these principles show up in the form of access intimacy, design thinking, and reparative processes; all of which expand the modes and mediums of students' thinking and learning, and promote a sense of belonging for all. You can find more information about Ethan's current projects on their personal website.