Since 2013, Jason Andrews has been a researcher and doctoral candidate in the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at UNSW Canberra. His dissertation is on the theory and study of scandals in which he is developing a model of mediated scandals with general applicability to different fields of social science research.
In 2012, Jason graduated from the ANU Bachelor of Arts program with double first class honours in Philosophy and International Relations, and was awarded the L.F. Crisp Memorial Prize for International Relations.
Beyond scandals, he is also interested in the work of Paul Virilio and the applications of his phenomenology of speed for understanding contemporary mediated societies.