Amanda White has previously held positions as a trainee at Coopers and Lybrand and later on as a Senior Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Her professional experience has focused providing operational risk management to the financial services and services industries. In 2002 she completed a Bachelor of Business (Honours). Amanda completed her PhD at the University of New South Wales in the area of audit judgement and decision making. Amanda's research now focuses on the teaching and learning aspects of accounting education. Initiatives developed within the subjects that Amanda teaches have been adopted across the University and Amanda has been invited to speak on numerous occassions at conferences on accounting education and the use of technology.
In recognition of Amanda's dedication to teaching and learning practices, she was awarded the position of Learning.Futures fellow for the UTS Business School in 2015. Amanda is also the First Year Transition Experience coordinator for the UTS Business School and works to implement programs to assist students in their transition from high school or work to university.
Amanda has been a finalist in the UniJobs Lecturer of the Year awards since 2009. In 2012 Amanda was ranked by students as the top lecturer in the UniJobs Lecturer of the Year awards.
Member - Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
Accounting education, specifically the use of technology in accounting education.
Amanda tutored with the School of Accounting and the Insearch Institute of Commerce in 2001. After accepting a full-time position in 2002, Amanda has tutored and lectured in Cost Management Systems, Accounting Information Systems, Assurance and Audit Services and Assurance for Business information Systems. Amanda currently lectures in Assurance Services and Audit.
Amanda's passion for teaching and assisting her students has driven the creation of Amanda Loves to Audit - a YouTube channel dedicated to teaching audit concepts to students
http://www.youtube.com/amandalovestoaudit. The channel has over 7,000 subscribers and more than 700,000 views and is used in over a dozen countries around the world.
Amanda's philosophy around learning is to facilitate experiences so that students may direct their own learning and learn collaboratively from their peers as well as lecturers. Students in her classroom are always engaged in activities that involve working with others and making thinking visible.
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