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UTS research receives $5.5M boost
Photograph of Professor Dayong Jin. Photographer: Vanessa Valenzuela Davie

Research and teaching

Discovery, problem-solving, critical thinking and creativity are features shared by great research and inspiring learning environments. At UTS, we integrate our approach to research and learning, so not only are our students engaged with the research our academics are undertaking, but also with inquiry-based approaches to research. As a result, our students graduate with knowledge of cutting edge practice informed by the future needs of our industry and community partners. This ensures we are developing the next generation of professionals and researchers who can lead our global society.
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Global pressure on food production and infrastructure has seen Dr Dena Fam look towards urine as a possible fertiliser for crop production.
International award
Reimagine Education Award badge which UTS won

UTS Iearning.futures wins international award

UTS's learning.futures wins the Hybrid Learning Innovation category of the 2015 Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards

UTS research is impact driven, providing relevant solutions to current national and international problems – what we call practical innovation. Our research strengths are grouped in six research theme areas:

UTS has a reputation for producing highly-employable graduates. Our teaching is research-inspired and integrated, providing academic rigour with innovative technology.

If you are motivated by producing research with impact we have the support services, grant and business development expertise and researcher development capabilities to boost your research career.

We work with a range of industry partners on issues that impact society, business, government, the environment and the community. These partnerships are a great way for industry and government organisations to access the skills, expertise and innovative capacity of UTS researchers, as well as access our world-leading facilities.

Teaching and research integration

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
UTS Business School
Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
Faculty of Health
Faculty of Science
Connected Intelligence Centre

 

Key initiatives

Award recipients and highly commended finalists with UTS Chancellor Professor Vicki Sara, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Glenn Wightwick and Catalyst's Dr Maryanne Demasi. Photo: Encapture Photography

UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Research Excellence
Recognising the outstanding contribution made by UTS academics, their partners and support staff towards research each year. The 2016 awards are now open — nominations close COB Friday 1 July.

learning.futures
learning.futures promotes innovation in learning by integrating the best of online and face-to-face experiences.

UTS Graduate Attributes Project
Strengthening UTS graduate attributes for a global workplace and embedding them in the curriculum.