Flinders University’s commitment to engage early with young girls about career choices in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through the STEM Enrichment Academy is having […]
The pioneering teaching methods of Flinders physics educator, Dr Maria Parappilly, have seen her elected as a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Physics. The Fellowship, […]
A new teaching approach involving racing cars made of Lego has transformed the way that students at Flinders University are learning the fundamentals of science and has […]
A leader in physics education at Flinders, Dr Maria Parappilly, has been included in the 2017 SA Women’s Honour Roll. Dr Parappilly is Research Section Head […]
Gender bias, both ‘unconscious and conscious’, is being challenged by the new Science 50:50 program at Flinders.
Year 12 results at the Australian Science and Mathematics School at Bedford Park again reflect high standards – and strong ties with Flinders University.
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.
Flinders University scooped the Science Excellence awards, with water scientist Professor Craig Simmons taking the coveted SA Scientist of the Year award.