Talented tales of love lost

Tales of love, hatred and jealousy are explored in an award-winning play by Flinders graduate CJ (Callum) McLean. The River, which won the Senior Award in […]

Young entrepreneurs go in to pitch at the Oval

Flinders students will join up to 50 PhD candidates from around Australia in the Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge. The 24-hour national challenge aims to design an innovative and profitable […]

John Mignone, Department of State Development Mineral Resources Division Education and Community Information Services Manager, with five trainee science teachers from Flinders, left to right, Michael Bocse, Emily Halls, Kimberley Jackson, Hannah Wertheim and Emily Hawkins at the Drill Core Library at Tonsley.

STEM teacher program bridges the gap

A second round of 20 student teacher placements is planned this year under the State Government’s ‘Bridging the Gap’ program. The program aims to ‘connect science education […]

Ageing in a foreign land

Ageing in a foreign land conference

An international conference in Adelaide is focusing on the importance of sharing culture and language in aged care. One of the benefits is that residents of […]

The Research in Special Education (RISE) conference at Flinders will focus on using ethical, compassionate and more effective methods to teach and 'include' students with disabilities in our schools.

RISE to help students shine

The Research in Special Education (RISE) conference at Flinders will focus on using ethical, compassionate and more effective methods to teach and ‘include’ students with disabilities in our schools. Flinders […]

Queen’s Birthday Honours at Flinders

Flinders Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Robert Saint is among several Flinders recipients of Queen’s Birthday Honours. Professor Saint joins another current academic staff member, Professor David Wattchow, […]