Flinders University has honoured a group of its most eminent professors with the inaugural award of the title of “Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor”.
A Flinders University animal studies expert warns that the deeply ingrained meat-eating habits of modern Western society are having a “disastrous” effect on the environment.
School-age teenagers are widely exposed to sexualised and raunchy imagery, but are developing their own ways of dealing with it.
Cosmetic surgeons are receiving increasing requests from professionals looking to boost a flagging career.
There is the promise of a “musical re-enchantment” rising from the ashes of 20th century modernism, Dr Eduardo de la Fuente argues.
Flinders University sociologist, Dr Nik Taylor, considers humans’ ambiguous relationship with other animals.
Three team and two individual staff projects that propose novel ways to engage students and improve learning have received Flinders University’s annual Teaching and Learning Innovation Grants of between $6000 and $12,000.
New forms of regulation that prevent a recurrence of the GFC but do not unnecessarily inhibit the market are required to deal with modern global capitalism, according to Professor Robert Holton, who is leading a three-day masterclass at Flinders University Victoria Square.
The rest of the world’s response to the rolling wave of “people’s revolutions” across North Africa and the Middle East will be the focus of a public discussion at Flinders University on March 3.