Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science
B.A., Great Ideas and English, Carthage College, 2013
Jason began the Ph.D. program at Baylor in the fall of 2014.
He received his undergraduate degree from Carthage College with All-College Honors in Great Ideas and English. He received the Carthage College Humanities Division Best Research Paper Award for a study of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. In 2013, he devoted a year of national service to AmeriCorps’ City Year Detroit as an assistant 10th grade English and Civics teacher.
Currently, he is completing a master’s thesis on Plato’s Laches under the supervision of Dr. Timothy Burns.
Jason’s research interests include: Classical Political Philosophy, The History of Political Thought, Politics and Literature, and International Relations Development and Theory.