Helping Holden workers over the line

After Toyota and Ford, the closure of Holden on October 20 marks the end of car manufacturing in Australia. In the leadup to the gates closing […]

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 […]

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, […]

Improving treatment after trauma

Psychology researchers are calling for participants in a new posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) therapy trial which aims to improve people’s recovery after a traumatic event. The […]

ABC leader with cred comes with Flinders BA

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that Flinders graduate – Australian ‘netrepreneur’ Justin Milne – will become chairman of the ABC. Mr Milne, 64, who graduated […]