Stepping up a gear for 2019

In 2018 Service One brought together a wide range of service requests in one place. As a proof-of-concept, it has shown that it’s possible to significantly […]

Have your say

A draft Flinders University Intellectual Freedom Policy is open for comment. It has been developed in line with the University’s Enterprise Agreement. The Higher Education Support Act […]

Donate or join the crew for cure

Could the humble bicycle help beat breast cancer? Could exercising your legs help find a cure for cancer in the lungs? Thanks to the Tour de […]

Quality physio on a budget

A new physiotherapy student clinic will open at Flinders University on 8 April 2019 and will offer $10 appointments to staff, students and the broader community. […]

Progressing 3D underwater archaeology

The rapid development of maritime archaeology through increasing 3D and digital approaches is catalogued in a new book that places Flinders’ Maritime Archaeology program front and […]

Seeking women for media balance

Media outlets are increasingly being proactive in their efforts to balance gender in reporting and the ABC has approached Flinders, seeking women experts to add to their […]

Free professional profile photos

To celebrate the redesign of the Flinders University Staff Profile pages as part of the web transformation program, the University is offering staff the chance to […]

EU grant for criminology research

Law researcher Dr Melissa de Vel-Palumbo, from Flinders University’s Centre for Crime Policy and Research at the College of Business, Government and Law, has won a […]