In touch with ... Oli Dubsky

Having recently joined Flinders in the Northern Territory, Oli Dubsky talked with us about his unique career journey, from a 16 year old with a professional […]

In touch with ... Barbara Baird

Currently in Tasmania promoting her new book, Associate Professor Barbara Baird explains her hope that the book will be a motivating force for change, and spoke […]

In touch with ... Melanie Deek

Recently in the news for her research into how mothers can play a role in shaping their daughter’s body image, Melanie Deek tells us how she […]

In touch with ... Susan Matthews

A glowing external evaluation of the International Centre for Point-of-Care Testing at Flinders has co-director Dr Susan Matthews beaming with pride. We ask her how the […]

In touch with ... John Hood

Our new Chancellor John Hood has loved being a part of Flinders University since his childhood, when he played in a fountain on the original plaza. […]

In touch with ... Isabella Reeves

Having made up her mind at five years old to become a marine biologist, PhD candidate Isabella Reeves is now working with Traditional Owners to understand […]

In touch with ... Lauren Butterworth

From Creative Writing studies to now working as a teaching specialist academic, Dr Lauren Butterworth  has remained an enthusiastic and energetic fan of the Flinders community.  She […]

In touch with ... Madhan Balasubramanian

Dr Madhan Balasubramanian and his team have garnered international recognition for their efforts in addressing the challenges of the future health workforce. We caught up with […]

In touch with ... Michelle Yeong

Having led a rejuvenation of Accounting studies at Flinders, Dr Michelle Yeong speaks about the importance of nurturing curiosity, and how resilience forms part of the […]