It’s 50 years since the two Apollo 11 astronauts – Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin – spent 22 hours collecting samples, deploying experiments and sometimes just […]
In a fitting celebration of 50 years of inspiring achievement, Flinders University has been ranked 46 in the world’s top 150 universities under 50 by Times Higher Education.
From as far as Niigata in Japan and Seoul in South Korea, it took a chance meeting at Flinders University to bring together newlyweds Hiromi Tagawa and Jong Yeon Choi.
Flinders is ushering in a new era of strengthened student engagement in its 50th year with the appointment of its inaugural Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students), Professor Clare Pollock.
Twelve new Matthew Flinders Fellowships will strengthen Flinders’ research priorities as part of the University’s 50th anniversary year.
As Flinders enters its 50th year, it’s an opportunity to not just celebrate our rich history but also to assess our strengths and how we can build on them into the future.
Flinders University is creating a vibrant new heart for its main campus with a major construction project that began with a sod-turning ceremony today.
Direct descendants of the legendary explorer Matthew Flinders gathered at Flinders University Victoria Square on Saturday to celebrate the royal unveiling of a commemorative statute in London.
Flinders University has attracted a distinguished academic who has taught and researched at some of the world’s leading universities to be its next Vice-Chancellor.