Teenage girls from metropolitan high schools are gaining positive insights into university life under a special young women’s development program.
Department of Women’s Studies
Comprehensive research into the human elements of judicial behaviour will step up in 2016 with further exchanges with a leading US research and policy institute.
The UN International Day of People with Disability has special meaning for a group of Vietnamese women who are taking to the catwalk as part of a Flinders Australia Award Fellowship program.
Under more pressure than ever to train harder, perform better and to look amazing while they do it, all in the full glare of social media. That’s the reality of women in sport.
Leading businesswomen from Indonesia and Mongolia are gaining insights into industry-university engagement at Flinders at Tonsley.
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.
PhD candidate Glory Gatwiri is determined to step up her campaign to relieve women’s suffering in her native Kenya after representing Flinders at the Trans-Tasman Three Minute Thesis competition.
Flinders University will take part in a ground-breaking national pilot program to help promote and retain more women in the traditionally male-dominated fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM).
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?