Learning and Teaching
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Driven and skillful academics are vital to providing a world-class education which is why UWA offers staff ongoing professional development opportunities and the best learning and teaching training possible. Supporting academic development is our way of ensuring you are receiving the highest quality teaching.
Together, our high-calibre academics and students are generating valuable research that positively impacts lives both nationally and internationally.
Ranked in the world’s top 1% of academic institutions
Outstanding international research culture across all disciplines
Providing opportunities for staff and students to enjoy a world-class university experience
UWA’s Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education leads the way in innovative, student-centric learning. We are:Find out more
Work integrated learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) helps bridge the gap between theory and practice by providing opportunities for students to gain hands-on, practical experience. It also allows employees to help shape the graduates of tomorrow.
WIL describes a range of approaches that integrate theory with the practice and experience of work. Common WIL activities include work placements, internships or projects in the workplace, completion of case studies, service learning, work shadowing and simulations on campus.
A number of organisations have collaborated to develop Australia's first ever National Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Strategy. The strategy is designed to increase WIL opportunities to build the productive capacity of Australia's workforce, improve graduate job prospects and meet the skills needs of employers.
The Rosemarie Nathanson Financial Markets Trading Room
The Rosemarie Nathanson Financial Markets Trading Room represents a state-of-the-art trading and analysis centre for students.Read more
The UWA Archaeology Lab is a research and analysis space for UWA students and researchers in the field of archaeology.Read more
Callaway Music Auditorium
The Callaway Music Auditorium is UWA’s leading concert venue that brings the joy of music to Conservatorium of Music students and the local community.Read more
The Cullity Gallery is a unique venue showcasing innovative works in visual arts, architecture and landscape architecture.Read more
Faculty excellence in teaching and service awards
The annual Innovation and Teaching Awards celebrate excellence in teaching and recognises additional service many staff undertake often without reward. These faculty based awards are aligned with the Awards for Australian University Teaching and reflect our appreciation for academics who are making a difference to our students and their learning experience.
Award categories include:
Previous award winners
Dr Catherine Noske
Dr Catherine Noske is editor of Westerly magazine and a lecturer in English and creative writing within the School of Humanities at UWA.Read more
Andrew Foote is a Helpmann Award winner, current opera performer and Chair of Vocal Studies at the UWA Conservatorium of Music.Read more
Dr Anna Gadd is an Associate Lecturer in European languages within UWA’s School of Humanities in the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education.Read more
Martin Forsey is an Associate Professor specialising in education innovation and finding effective and inspiring ways of teaching Australian students.Read more
Associate Professor Tanya Dalziell
Associate Professor Tanya Dalziell is a researcher and teacher at UWA’s School of Humanities.Read more
Professor Natalie Skead
Professor Natalie Skead is UWA’s Dean of Law. She is a national award-winning teacher and prolific researcher in aspects of private law, proceeds of crime and legal education.Read more
Dr Zhangxin (Frank) Liu
Dr Zhangxin (Frank) Liu is a UWA finance lecturer and researcher, specialising in the exploitation of market sentiment from financial derivatives markets.Read more
Associate Professor Ian Murray
Associate Professor Ian Murray, from the UWA Law School, researches in the areas of resources taxation, not-for-profit tax law and corporate governance.Read more
Assurance of learning
Assurance of Learning is a process designed to ensure students achieve program goals and learning objectives. It helps us to identify opportunities to enhance the student learning experience and reflects our commitment to the ongoing improvement of program curriculum. Each program has broad goals and specific objectives that align with the Australian Qualifications Framework, Discipline based learning standards and the UWA Educational Principles.
The Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education supports visiting researchers both nationally and internationally through our fellowships. These enable visitors to pursue UWA-based research and share their experience with staff, students and the community with lectures and seminars.Find out more