Zombies and Vikings make learning fun

Beware – the ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ will return to Flinders Bedford Park next year. Using theoretically-grounded techniques, the new course put science students to the survival test […]

Show of strength at Tonsley

Coaches and leading staff from sports clubs including Port Adelaide Football Club and the Parramatta Eels are coming to Flinders. The Adelaide Athletic Development Conference 2017 […]

Students go into bat for India

A partnership with the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy in India is giving sport and physical education students from South Australia a headstart in their careers. The […]

Now, that’s a bright idea

A  novel approach to finding the best refinance deal on a home loan has seen local tech start-up, RefiME, take out the latest New Venture Institute […]

Research helps things go better than Coke

Obesity, tooth decay and risk of diabetes are among the pitfalls of excessive soft drink consumption which is plaguing communities around the world. Research into managing […]

High note for Flinders teaching graduate

Music classes build confidence and self-esteem, and Flinders graduate Renée McCarthy is living proof. Her positive and energetic approach to teaching and her students’ wellbeing and […]

KI Keisha digs her fossil experience

High school student Keisha Hadland recently swapped life on Kangaroo Island for excavating the fossils of extinct giant kangaroos. The 17-year-old recipient of this year’s James Moore […]

Roadblocks in mental health practice

Clinical factors stand in the way of better mental health care, according to new research led by Flinders. The research project led by Professor Eimear Muir-Cochrane, Chair […]