Flinders University has joined a national program of innovation in university teaching. The Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham launched the National Innovation Case Study Collection at […]
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The horror of the Battle of Long Tan comes vividly to life in the latest production of Flinders PhD Verity Laughton’s powerful play. The Brink Productions-State […]
Technology disruption is not only affecting the way we learn but the workplaces of the future, say visiting academics from The Fox School of Business in […]
Flinders has signed a second deal in Italy to boost its shipbuilding and defence design ambitions.
Staff and students can watch the 2016 US presidential election unfold on the super screen in the Hub today from 10am to 3pm. A round table at […]
International Red Cross experts will speak at the Histories of the Red Cross Movement conference at Flinders this week.
Flinders students are working to breakdown community stereotypes and build an understanding and appreciation of Islam in Indonesia during a trip to Yogyakarta funded by the […]
A Flinders University historian has revealed a vivid ‘new’ portrait of colonial Australia, written in German in the mid-19th century.
Flinders University Disability and Developmental Education students have been sharing their own knowledge of disability in Timor-Leste.