Andrew is the Dean of Universal Business School Sydney (UBSS) and the Provost of the Blended Campus, drawing on his experience as an academic for 12 years and previously as an entrepreneur and business owner for 10 years. Prior to his current positions, Andrew was Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship since 2015. Andrew is also a Lecturer at the New York University Sydney Campus, where he lectures in Marketing, reporting to the NYU Stern Business School.
He was involved in the establishment and the continued delivery of the NYU Internship Seminar, a workplace integrated learning subject, in Sydney as part of the NYU Global Partner Program. From 2010 to 2014 he was a Lecturer at Macquarie University in Strategic Marketing, introducing innovative workplace integrated learning initiatives. He was involved in the development and implementation of the Participation and Community Engagement for the Marketing Projects.
Andrew has completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) (Macquarie University), and Masters of Business Administration (Newcastle University) and a Doctorate of Business Administration (Newcastle University). His research has led to 12 peer reviewed journals and conference papers published.
Andrew’s areas of ongoing research in marketing include marketing of high technology, industry report of the Australian pharmaceutical industry, intangible organisational capabilities and innovation ecologies. His higher education research is in aspects of workplace integrated learning including internship pedagogy and business simulation.