The new $200 million Health and Medical Research Institute announced in the Federal Budget this week will underpin a new phase of medical research in South Australia, according to the Vice-Chancellors of the State’s three universities.
A new era of good corporate governance is more likely to come from the values of Gen Y than through stricter government regulation, according to the Dean of Flinders Business School, Professor Angèle Cavaye.
The United States will need to match its rhetoric with action and move to eliminate its own nuclear weapons if the world is to make meaningful steps towards nuclear disarmament, according to Associate Professor Andrew O’Neil.
In the decade since he graduated from Flinders, Cameron Goodall has had few dull moments – he starred in Patch Theatre’s Mr McGee and the Biting Flea, played the lead in Hamlet for South Australia’s State Theatre Company, and now he’s off to Sydney to work under Cate Blanchett.
In addition to ironing out scientific problems, Sharyn Gaskin had to dodge elephant seals and curious penguins to set up a bioremediation project on Macquarie Island in the Southern Ocean.
Flinders University will offer school leavers an accelerated pathway into its popular medical course in 2010.
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.