While studying at Flinders, Karen Hawke never dreamt she’d be joining an elite group of women scientists on a journey of discovery in the frozen reaches of Antarctica.
School of Psychology
Sleep research at Flinders goes some way to allaying parents’ concerns about letting babies cry themselves to sleep.
Victimised, suffering from anxiety and depression, dropped out of high school – and told she wasn’t smart enough to go to university. Then Danielle Bowering chanced […]
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 […]
Researchers are investigating the biological and psych-social reasons behind teen sleep patterns in a new three-year study.
Flinders researchers will replicate low frequency noises generated by wind farms for the first major study on wind farms and sleep.
In a high calibre field, the work of 10 early-career researchers has been acknowledged by Flinders Vice-Chancellor Awards.
Children and young people want a Children’s Commissioner or ‘champion’ to uphold their best interests, says child development expert Professor Phillip Slee, from Flinders’ School of Education.
One in ten Australian children miss school at least once a week, almost one in six have been bullied, and one in thirty goes to bed or school hungry nearly every day.