Law’s best brains urged to work for the common good

The Hon Catherine Branson, President of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and Human Rights Commissioner, has urged prizewinners from the Flinders Law School to use their legal knowledge and skills for the common good.

Flinders health agenda gets $5m injection

Flinders University’s capacity to deliver regional health education has been boosted with the announcement today of more than $5 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Rural Education Infrastructure Development Pool.

Flying to St George’s aid

The evacuation of the entire population of the southern Queensland town of St George, under threat from floodwaters, was averted earlier this month thanks largely to the quick action of Flinders University’s Jorg Hacker and his colleagues.

Gaining an inside view of Washington

Flinders University’s internship program in Washington DC provides invaluable insights into the working of Congress and could produce another great social and political commentator, according to the new US Ambassador to Australia, Mr Jeff Bleich.

Fuelling international green research

Flinders University has signed ongoing research collaborations with two of the world’s most populous nations after senior scientists spent two months exploring how biofuels might offer their respective countries greater food and energy security.

Avatars aid mental health assessment

Flinders nursing and paramedic graduates will soon be better prepared for the often difficult task of assessing a mental health patient’s state – thanks to virtual reality.