Traditional roles still rule: study

In Australia both in policy and practice, men are expected to be primary breadwinners while women are filling roles as primary caregivers for both children and […]

Toddler bedtime can switch on snooze

Bedtime fading offers a strong solution to curb toddler bedtime tantrums and promote significant improvements in sleep patterns, research by Flinders University sleep experts has found. […]

Keeping watch on mental health

Increasingly popular smart watches can be used to help clinicians identify early warning signs of mental health disorders and monitor the success of treatment. Used by […]

High distinction for PhD theses

Focusing on critical issues such as unhealthy eating behaviour and prostate cancer treatment, 12 outstanding Flinders University students have been awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Doctoral […]

Unpack your worries to reduce clutter

Standard therapy for compulsive hoarding needs to unpack many factors that contribute to the problem. This includes examining each person’s upbringing, early family history and understanding […]

Flinders MBA graduate Amy Orange is founding Director of Harvest Fair, a social enterprise startup selling ready-to-eat meals that provides employment and skills development for women looking to enter the workforce.

Gold standard for Flinders MBA

Flinders University is the first South Australian university, and only the third in Australia, to receive accreditation from the prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA). This reflects […]

Scholarship for young SA math talent

Instead of basic arithmetic and Year 4 timestables, 10-years-old Adelaide mathematician Levi Pesin is starting a degree at Flinders University. He is adding two tertiary-level math […]