In spite of “challenging times for policy and practice that seeks to improve population health and reduce health inequalities”, Professor Fran Baum’s The New Public Health offers some optimism for the future, said Lancaster University’s Professor Jennie Popay today.
The majority of parents wouldn’t physically allow a stranger unsupervised access to their kids, yet most Australian children are exposed to the influence of strangers every day through mass media.
The inaugural Bob Such Memorial Scholarships have been awarded to first-year students at Flinders University. Funded by the State Government, Flinders University and donations from the community, the $2500 scholarships […]
Flinders University has made substantial improvement in a prestigious international assessment. The latest Time Higher Education rankings of the world’s top universities has seen Flinders University move from outside the top 400, to the 251 to 300 bracket. Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling says the improvement reflects both a change in ranking methodology and hard work by the University.
The recent discovery that the Ebola virus can live on in a patient’s eyeballs long after they’re “cured” made the world blink in horror – but did you know cat faeces and raw meat can similarly lodge nasties in the eyes?
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Colin Stirling, reveals in today’s Australian his transformation from stubborn Scottish teenager to internationally acclaimed geneticist, and the key career moments that led him to Australia and Flinders University.
Flinders University staff and alumni have once again been recognised for their major contribution to Australian society in this year’s Australia Day awards and honours.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses at Flinders University have experienced strong demand in 2015. The University has responded by making a total of 7,016 offers to date.
Two Flinders researchers have been recognised at The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) awards 2014.