Art by Prisoners – an annual exhibition of works by serving prisoners in SA gaols organised by Flinders PhD student Jeremy Ryder – has its own dedicated space for the first time.
Many of Victor Harbor Primary School’s Year 5, 6 and 7 students had their first, but probably not their last, look at a university campus this week.
“Let us renew that commitment, our commitment to Australia and Australia’s cause – the cause of freedom, fairness, justice and peace.”
A group of Flinders women alumni who set up a fund to support female Indigenous students has been thanked by the University and some of the scheme’s beneficiaries.
Flinders University’s Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research has received a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Award for “excellence and innovation in teaching, recruitment and support of Indigenous students to higher education”.
Australia must address the critical lack of Aboriginal teachers and researchers if gains in Indigenous health are to be achieved, according to Flinders University Associate Professor […]
Flinders University student Lianna Brown has become the first person to complete senior secondary schooling in a very remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory and […]