Student members from the newly established Rotaract Flinders University club will be rolling up their sleeves at Edinburgh this weekend to dispatch goods collected for developing countries by Donations In Kind.
Flinders University has officially opened an office in Jakarta to assist in servicing and strengthening the University’s extensive network of Indonesian collaborators and alumni.
The collapse of trade unionism and historical systems of collective bargaining pose a threat to labour market standards both internationally and in Australia, according to eminent UK expert in industrial relations Professor William Brown, who will present a seminar at Flinders University Victoria Square on April 5.
Realising the potential of our oceans as a source of high-value products is the aim of a new Flinders University initiative.
Students will gain hands-on business experience and companies will have access to extra skills and resources under an innovative collaboration between Flinders University and Business SA.
Flinders graduate Amy Gebhardt has been chosen by legendary Australian film director and producer Dr George Miller to make a short film about the Australian summer experience for the YouTube and Screen Australia initiative, Map My Summer.
Australia should look to bilateral and regional partnerships for progress on climate change given the political risks and costs of pursuing unilateral action at home, according to Flinders University political scientist, Professor Malcolm Cook.
Flinders University is well positioned to successfully meet the challenges of a more competitive higher education sector from 2012, according to Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Barber, whose contract has been extended by University Council until the end of 2014.
New forms of regulation that prevent a recurrence of the GFC but do not unnecessarily inhibit the market are required to deal with modern global capitalism, according to Professor Robert Holton, who is leading a three-day masterclass at Flinders University Victoria Square.