The pathway to success for a modern scientist is strewn with more than just academic challenges. After years of fielding enquiries from fellow scientists about how […]
The concept of the university as a distinctive tertiary institution is now defunct, according to author and philosopher Raimond Gaita. Yet with writer’s festivals, public lecture series and festivals of ideas all flourishing, he says that there is a need to reassess the role of the universities in cultural life more generally.
Roger Rees, Emeritus Professor of Disability Studies and Research at Flinders University, has spent 25 years involved in the rehabilitation and education of people with brain injury, and his newly published memoir focuses squarely on the people he has met and “helped to help”.