Professor Joe Shapter, Dean of the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences at Flinders University has been recognised as an innovative science educator with an international award.
The SA Government’s commitment to environmental restoration of the Coorong Lower Lakes grows out of a new model for agreements between governments and Indigenous people.
Demand has again increased for Flinders undergraduate degree courses, and in response a total of 5025 offers (up from 4777 offers in 2011) has been made to date, with further places remaining available.
Twenty-one members of staff from Flinders are attending the 2011 annual conference of the Education Research Group of Adelaide (ERGA) in Adelaide this week.
The excellence of Flinders University’s teaching has earned the nation’s highest accolade with nine individuals and teams being awarded Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
Flinders University has had a significant growth in demand for its engineering and computer science courses in 2009. More than 5000 prospective students will be offered a place in undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Flinders, representing an overall increase in application numbers of around 5 per cent over last year.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Barber, has announced that Professor Andrew Parkin has been appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at Flinders University.
Flinders University’s academic teachers and general staff have again received multiple Citations from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, awarded for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. […]
Psychology, Behavioural Science, Nursing and other Health-related areas, Education and Law have been among the most popular courses sought by school-leavers at Flinders University this year. […]