Dr John Halsey has been appointed the foundation Sidney Myer Chair for Rural Education and Communities from an international field of candidates.
Scientists from the NT Museum and Flinders University have discovered the remains of a giant hippo-like animal near Alice Springs, a find that will shed new light on the Territory’s prehistoric past.
Intensive rehabilitation is a vital step towards recovery for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI), but it also takes them out of circulation – their normal social routines and contacts tend to fall by the wayside.
The rusting remnants of a Second World War battle will soon take on a new life, thanks to a project by Flinders maritime archaeology lecturer Ms Jennifer McKinnon.
Higher interest rates will put Australians already experiencing housing stress under added pressure, resulting in a decline in their mental health and well-being, the authors of a new study warn.
Flinders University has moved to meet two future skills demands by offering a course in maritime electronics engineering next year.
Adventurous programming on a shoestring budget is paying off for local theatre company Accidental Productions.
With Berlin as a backdrop, an encounter with a mysterious woman sounds like the stuff of fiction – and indeed it is.
Governments and the higher education sector must join forces to boost the qualifications of high school science teachers in South Australia, according to the authors of a Flinders University study that has revealed many teachers are not qualified to teach the subjects for which they are responsible.