Flinders anti-corruption crusader Professor Adam Graycar has opened research links with universities in Beijing.
School of International Studies
New friendships, cross-cultural engagement, the chance to help a student far from home learn how to speak English – and a free cup of tea while […]
A major collection of World War One mementos, kept for almost a century in the Museum of Victoria, is the subject of a new book ‘War Trophies or Curios?’, co-authored by Matthew Flinders Fellow in History Dr Christine Winter.
The biggest event on the Indonesian student calendar, Konferensi Internasional Pelajar Indonesia (KIPI) 2016, organised by the Indonesian Students Association Australia, will be held at Flinders […]
Flinders’ new Fulbright Chair is set to unravel how Australia decides its health priorities and policies.
He’s studied history, politics and law at Flinders over the years – and he loves the place so much that he has now come back to […]
Technology startup companies from Flinders New Venture Institute have returned from the USA with new business and investment opportunities – along with awards from global entrepreneurial challenges.
Aboriginal artworks, Indigenous VIPs and a traditional smoking ceremony will put Indigenous connections at the centre of Flinders University’s $63m Hub and Plaza launch today.
Flinders grad, and co-producer of the Oscar winning ‘Amy’, is the kind of guy everyone loves to see winning.