The gender divide is already appearing in the first stories written by children as young as five years old, according to a comprehensive new study, the […]
Poor public understanding of dementia care, treatment and prevention have emerged in new Flinders research. Recent reports from from the Rehabilitation, Aged and Extended Care research […]
Outstanding scholar Sarah Wright from Tea Tree Gully is Flinders University’s 100,000th graduate, receiving her Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Health Sciences today in a […]
Behaviour management in schools is fundamentally flawed, says Dr David Armstrong, a Flinders University expert in education psychology and learning difficulties. In a recent paper, Dr […]
Nine outstanding Flinders University graduates across a wide spectrum of professions form an impressive group of enterprising and innovative thought-leaders to be acknowledged in the University’s […]
Aboriginal and Indigenous students will receive significant support to develop life-changing and community impacting skills and experiences at Flinders University thanks to a new scholarship established […]
A new educational framework for health, welfare and care professionals will focus on the needs of children first.
Flinders University excels in the latest research excellence rankings, with 90 per cent of research now regarded as at or above world standard.
Flinders students will be doing eye tests in Nepal and physio in Malawi next year, thanks to the award of $332,000 funding in Endeavour Mobility grants .