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 […]
The first Yolngu printmaker from northeast Arnhem Land, Banduk Marika, has received an honorary doctorate from Flinders University in recognition of her remarkable contributions as a […]
The biggest Foundation Studies Program Completion Ceremony yet has seen 90 students and more than 300 family and friends celebrate their achievements and look forward to an […]
While most of his friends were contemplating their retirement years, Roderick Essery was embarking on a life-changing experience at Flinders University.
After 31 years of offering an alternative pathway to tertiary study, the Foundation Studies Program at Flinders has held its first graduation ceremony. Recent Flinders Foundation […]
In 1993, student and serving Federal police officer Luke Cornelius heard Flinders Law Professor Elliott Johnston utter ten words that he has carried with him ever since.
Any PhD has aspects of a marathon, but for Trish Thornberry the process of completing her thesis was more in the nature of a steeplechase, with plenty of falls along the way.
Graduating twins Megan and Amy Hawley say they have effectively been their own study group – and now they’re moving on to PhDs.
Fifteen graduates of a postgraduate Flinders course taught in China will fly in to receive their degrees with more than 1500 other graduates during the University’s graduation week.