Creative thinking underpins Indigenous advancement

  Flinders graduate Associate Professor Simone Ulalka Tur’s background in arts research and Indigenous education underpins her transformative role as Flinders University’s inaugural Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous). […]

Flinders graduates have a story to tell

Rich study and life experiences have equipped a diverse array of Flinders University graduates to have their compelling stories published across a range of literary genres. […]

A champion for women's health

As an international leader in public health research, Professor Liz Eckermann (1949-2019) has helped to empower poor and marginalised women around the world. During her lifetime, […]

Solving crime through maths and science

Dr Duncan Taylor loves nothing more than using mathematics and molecular science to solve crime in the community. Dr Taylor’s curiosity for forensic problem solving began […]

Advancing Indigenous health

A quiet achiever, Dr Jenny Baker is dedicated to the advancement of Indigenous health in Australia and internationally, through her work as an advisor, researcher and […]

Keeping kids safe

Through her advocacy and leadership in community health, health promotion and child safety projects, Associate Professor Anne Johnson AM has played an important role in reducing […]