The fallout from the breakup of the old Soviet Union and the Great Recession will impact more on the current generation than Al Qaeda’s terrorism – which will be relegated to a footnote in history, according to Dr Neal Blewett.
High-tech analysis equipment donated by the State Government will make education and training for forensic science students at Flinders University even more authentic.
The Fulbright Scholarships, the most prestigious cultural and educational exchange program between Australia and America, have been significantly enhanced with the establishment of the Fulbright South Australia Scholarship.
Flinders University will be able to tap the knowledge and wisdom of Indigenous elders and enhance the learning experience for its medical students following the opening of a refurbished lecture theatre in the University’s School of Medicine by Acting Prime Minister the Hon Julia Gillard.
The global financial crisis has already had a devastating on business, banking and employment – but a drop in living standards is set to have a big impact on our health.
A study of the aged care workforce by the National Institute of Labour Studies (NILS) at Flinders University has found that community-based workers enjoy higher job satisfaction than workers in residential facilities.
Charlie Huveneers says diving with sharks is never boring. It’s a masterful understatement from the newly appointed shark ecologist at the Port Lincoln-based Lincoln Marine Science Centre.
Over coming months, many more of the 5000 works of art in the Flinders University Art Museum’s collection will be seen on campus as the roll out of a new art rental scheme begins.
The Lincoln Marine Science Centre (LMSC) is set to enter a new phase of leading edge research with the opening of Stage II of the Port Lincoln-based Centre.