Illuminating Adelaide

Lee Cumberlidge has always liked throwing parties but never thought he would do it for a living. One of the first graduates from Flinders University’s Cultural [...]

Exploring the Edges of Excess

Kate Bohunnis wins this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize. Flinders University creative arts graduate Kate Bohunnis (BCreatArts(Hons) ’18) has used silicone, stainless steel and aluminium to […]

When autism meets the law

Professor Robyn Young is working to stop autistic people from slipping through the justice system cracks. An interaction with the police and the criminal courtsystem is […]

Closing the gap on justice

Leanne Liddle is set to transform the Northern Territory justice system. As Director of the Aboriginal Justice Unit in the Northern Territory’s Department of the Attorney-General […]

Digital shipbuilding for the future

Australia’s first digital shipbuilding course at Flinders University is building new careers and gaining industry recognition. Just 18 months after going live, the Diploma of Digital […]

A force for hope and understanding

Sarah Brown AM is a crucial figure in the development of improved services in remote communities. With a focus on advancing the health of Aboriginal Australians […]

New hope for tinnitus sufferers

With one in six people in Australia suffering from chronic tinnitus, Flinders University audiology researchers are looking for much-needed solutions. DNA forensic science expert Professor Adrian […]