Some students striving for perfection in their exams fear they will fall short of it. But is it a damaging quest? Flinders University clinical PhD candidate […]
High school student Keisha Hadland recently swapped life on Kangaroo Island for excavating the fossils of extinct giant kangaroos. The 17-year-old recipient of this year’s James Moore […]
Indonesia is changing rapidly, yet many Australians know little about our nearest Asian neighbour. Ahead of Indofest and the annual OzAsia Moon Lantern Festival, Flinders University’s […]
A group of international students who have flourished in making the leap from secondary school to Flinders University have won this year’s International Student Transition Awards.
For the first time, students from Yankalilla Area School and Mount Barker High School will join final-year students from six other high schools in a unique on-campus learning experience.
A group of 84 Year 12 students from seven southern region schools will soon be getting to grips with their Stage 2 specialist maths, physics or chemistry subjects on the Flinders University campus, thanks to a new program that will also give them a preview of university life.