New federal funds will help Flinders University support hundreds of female Year 9 students in South Australia and the Northern Territory to build competitive skills in […]
Our reluctance to think, talk or communicate about death is even more pronounced when we deal with others’ loss compared to our own, new research finds, […]
A COVID-19 wage subsidy program could help prevent in excess of two million Australian workers from becoming long-term unemployed and provide a life raft for thousands […]
Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders is hosting 15 visitors from Indonesia this month under an Australia Awards Fellowship project.
They’ve improved the health and educational prospects of thousands of people in South Australia – and now three of Flinders’ top educators have won prestigious national teaching and learning awards.
At 12pm on Wednesday, May 7, teams of hackers from across the country will answer a call from the Australian Government to launch simultaneous attacks on the highly secure website of an Australian cyber security company.
The National Institute of Labour Studies (NILS) at Flinders is leading a team of researchers, academics and disability experts in evaluating the roll out of the new national disability insurance scheme.