Flinders’ new Fulbright Chair is set to unravel how Australia decides its health priorities and policies.
Flinders PhD student Jesse Barker Gale met Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull yesterday when he was one of just five South Australian PhD students to receive a 2016 Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship.
“I told them I would pay for them to go to any university that they could get into, but that after that, they were getting nothing,” says US Congressman Jim McDermott, leaning back in his chair on the 11th floor of Flinders, Victoria Square.
While most of his friends were contemplating their retirement years, Roderick Essery was embarking on a life-changing experience at Flinders University.
Visitors to the US Capitol in Washington during January and February might just find their tour guide speaking with an Australian accent.
American Studies student Eleanor Kellett reports from Capitol Hill where she is taking part in Flinders University’s Washington Internship Program.
Flinders recently hosted President Obama’s “recovery tsar”, Mr G Edward DeSeve, for a working lunch on campus with academic staff and postgraduates from American Studies, the Business School and the National Institute of Labour Studies.