Tackling the high rate of suicide amongst defence veterans by analysing the way the government, ADF and community have understood and supported military personnel over decades […]
New research confirms men and teens are affected by Instagram influencers who set global benchmarks for ideal body shape, fashion and even facial trends. While perhaps […]
With the turn to online education during COVID-19, a program to help school students with self-regulated learning is in the spotlight in South Australia. “Learning can […]
Finding solutions for better gut health, student learning capacities and water resources management, through to improving health services in remote Indigenous communities will be the focus […]
A grassroots social welfare program from the progressive years of the Whitlam Government is a model way to create more coherent and vibrant communities – and […]
Archaeologists often know where to start digging, but Associate Professor Heather Burke’s research project is in a league of its own. Armed with a three-year $765,727 […]
Comprehensive research into the human elements of judicial behaviour will step up in 2016 with further exchanges with a leading US research and policy institute.
Researchers from Flinders University will share a pool of $3.3 million, awarded this week as part of the Australian Research Council’s 2013 Discovery and Linkage Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) funding scheme.
Professor Julie Holledge of the Drama Department at Flinders has received an ARC Discovery Grant for a project that will track performances of works by Henrik Ibsen, the 19th century Norwegian dramatist whose plays are still performed all around the world.