Flinders University is delighted to welcome outstanding legal researcher Professor Melissa de Zwart to the position of Professor in Digital Technology, Security and Governance in the […]
Enforcing changes to end unhealthy food marketing to children requires a radical new approach, such as using international human rights laws to make companies more responsible […]
Organised crime networks such as mafia ‘clans’, with links to drug trafficking, money laundering and corruption in high places, are a threat to national security. University […]
In a global game changer for gun crime, Flinders University forensic scientists have for the first time matched gunshot residue with specific brands of ammunition. The […]
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 .
Flinders University Law School proved its pedigree is of the highest calibre by seeing off some of top universities in Australia to win the second Australia-New Zealand Intervarsity Moot on Animal Law (ANIMAL).
Italian lessons in how to tackle corruption will be served up when one of Italy’s leading experts on corruption speaks at Flinders Victoria Square today from 5 to 6.30pm.
Ceremonies at Flinders will see 1680 students graduate and honorary doctorates presented to SA Chief Justice Chris Kourakis and US geoscientist Professor William L Fisher.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses at Flinders University have experienced strong demand in 2015. The University has responded by making a total of 7,016 offers to date.