Reclaiming Life

Frightened and sometimes shamed by the open wounds and misery of people with advanced stages of cancer and other diseases, rural village people of northern India […]

Improving health and aged care

With over 30 years experience as a social policy researcher and analyst, Dr Kate Barnett OAM has made a long term contribution to health and aged […]

The King sisters are in sync

Following their studies at Flinders University, sisters Dr Svetlana King and Dr Jovanka King have taken up very different career paths but their lives are still […]

Igniting imaginations

If “a book is a device to ignite the imagination” then Flinders University alumna Zainah Rahmiati has set alight an inferno by establishing a successful community […]

International maritime archaeologist

A former journalist with the UK broadsheets including stints in the Middle East, Jessica Berry took her career underwater after studying a Master in Maritime Archaeology […]

Enriching lives with culture

In the 1970s Douglas Gautier AM embarked on his creative arts career, first stop… Flinders University. “It was an exciting time at Flinders where creative leadership […]

Life behind the silver screen

At the age of 16 Dr Scott Hicks enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts at Flinders University, where he discovered the doorway to what became his […]

The scene setter

A three-year lead time gave emerging playwright Phillip Kavanagh plenty of time to speculate about the response to his newest work, Deluge. While his previous form […]

Captivating generations

It’s a Saturday afternoon. There are three shop assistants lined up at the checkout of an Adelaide sports store, swooning simultaneously. It’s not a footballer or […]