Flinders University has cracked half a million readers on The Conversation – Australia’s leading independent channel of information, analysis and opinion direct from the academic and research community.
Department of Women’s Studies
It’s a sobering statistic that one in four Australians will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lifetime.
“Let us renew that commitment, our commitment to Australia and Australia’s cause – the cause of freedom, fairness, justice and peace.”
A poster that illuminates the part played by women in Nicolas Baudin’s voyage of discovery has been presented to the Flinders University library.
Professor Susan Sheridan’s new book sheds light on a “lost generation” of Australian postwar women writers.
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.
As ten early career researchers are recognised for outstanding individual achievement, Flinders University has announced three new initiatives to support academics seeking to boost their research activities and to attract international research collaborations.
The vexed nature of big environmental issues like climate change and water security underscore the role that social scientists can play in the development of public policy, according to Professor Phyllis Tharenou.
Flinders University has appointed a senior Australian Research Council executive, Professor Phyllis Tharenou, to lead its revamped Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.