Flinders University’s past and present staff and graduates have been praised for their outstanding contributions to the community is this year’s Australia Day honours, with a total of 16 awards given to University affiliates.
A Flinders University program driven by former international students is an “answer to prayer”, according to a doctor on the front line of the battle against diabetes in Papua New Guinea.
In a major evolutionary discovery, Flinders University palaeontologist Professor John Long (pictured) has found evidence to show that four-legged animals first developed the ability to breathe air as ancient fish in water.
With silicon solar cells set to become a thing of the past, a Flinders University researcher has developed a novel computer system to find the best emerging carbon nanotubes to fuel the future.
Flinders University has responded to strong demand for its undergraduate courses by boosting the number of offers by seven per cent, with a total of 5,740 offers made to new students – up from 5,360 offers in 2013.
PhD candidate Pamela Graham has just received one of Flinders University’s Best Student Research Paper Awards for her cultural analysis of the 2008 anthology Growing Up Asian in Australia.
Fossil deposits in the Naracoorte Caves, parental involvement in junior football and Australia’s adoption of compulsory voting are among the winning research themes of Flinders University’s 2013 Best Student Research Paper Awards.
Tatachilla Lutheran College student Saskia Gerhardy has been awarded the statewide Flinders University Prize for Excellence in History.
The Flinders community was saddened by the loss of one of the University’s original academic staff members with the death of Emeritus Professor Robin Storer on […]