Recognition for Save the Koala projects

Once limited to science-fiction, drones and facial recognition technology are now being harnessed to help save Australia’s koalas. A Flinders University College of Science and Engineering […]

Ancient eagle ruled the roost

A 25-million-year-old eagle fossil found in South Australia adds to the long evolutionary history of raptors in Australia. In a remarkable discovery, Flinders University palaeontologists have […]

Flinders leads nation in postgraduate employment

Flinders University is #1 in Australia for postgraduate employment, according to new government data released by Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching. Flinders postgraduates continue to […]

Consider all options for pandemic stress

In spite of many clinical options, people with mental health problems including eating disorders often do not access professional help within the crucial first 12 months […]

Tokyo Olympics in her sights

“This is a pinch-me moment – I’ve officially been selected for the Tokyo Olympics,” says an excited Adelaide athlete Isobel (Izzi) Batt-Doyle after reaching the qualifying […]

Flinders supports Indigenous students

Helping more young Aboriginal students to excel at education and achieve their goals is the driving motivation behind Flinders University’s decision to become the principal sponsor […]

Splash of theatre in combined fashion parade

Costume design was included for the first time in this year’s Flinders University-TAFE SA ‘Sisu’ graduate parade. The 29 graduates’ work in the annual HomeStart Fashion […]

Student wellbeing program takes off

A South Australian school is expanding a research program seeking to reduce stress and anxiety among its students, where perfectionism, body image concerns, learning and workload […]