“There has never been a better time to study international politics in Australia,” says Professor Martin Griffiths.
Grants worth almost $7 million have been awarded to Flinders in the Australian Research Council’s 2015 funding program – announced for the first time at Flinders University Victoria Square today.
The Federal Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching has recognised two individual academics and a group of teachers at Flinders with Citations under the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
Flinders University students have met with future leaders from 47 countries at the recent Humanitarian Affairs 5th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Cambodia.
“Whether it’s a family who has lost their home in a bushfire or flood, or a cancer patient needing a blood transfusion; Australian Red Cross is always there.”
What do celebrities Guy Sebastian, Kate Richie and Maggie Beer have in common with Flinders University historian Melanie Oppenheimer?
Australia and Japan’s national news reports on whaling are often biased, emotive and misleading, Flinders University PhD candidate Tets Kimura says.
Fossil deposits in the Naracoorte Caves, parental involvement in junior football and Australia’s adoption of compulsory voting are among the winning research themes of Flinders University’s 2013 Best Student Research Paper Awards.
Tatachilla Lutheran College student Saskia Gerhardy has been awarded the statewide Flinders University Prize for Excellence in History.