Although poles apart geographically and politically, Adelaide’s radical philosopher Brian Medlin and English novelist Iris Murdoch enjoyed a long and lively correspondence.
The crackdown on sex work under Cambodia’s anti-trafficking regime has forced the industry further underground, Flinders University researcher Dr Larissa Sandy says.
As a teacher, Jodie Dawe says it is her duty to instill the importance of peace in the hearts and minds of her students at Seaford Rise Primary School.
Emerging research leaders from diverse fields including criminology and materials science are among the winners of Flinders University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers.
Fifteen students from Flinders Law School have toured India as part of the Australian Government’s AsiaBound Program to promote student engagement with Asia.
Understanding how children think and learn about science and maths is fundamental to the design of curriculum, instruction and intervention, says Flinders’ new Strategic Professor in Education..
Building on the success of its online Modern Greek programs at tertiary level, Flinders is moving to develop learning modules suitable for language students in SA primary and secondary schools.
They’re all over the news – and following an announcement by SA Police earlier this week, there could soon be one over your head.
Flinders drama graduate Veronica Porcaro is using her acting skills to help health professionals in learning to deal sensitively with patients in distress.