Semester Two goes to 12 teaching weeks

The University has approved a change to Semester Two from 13 teaching weeks to 12 teaching weeks, effective from Semester Two 2014. Previously the University’s academic […]

New census dates from 2014

From 2014, the census dates for both Semester 1 and 2 topics will fall on the last day of teaching week 5 of each semester, rather […]

Summer is nearly upon us

The latest entry in the Flinders Green News blog features tips to help prepare you for summer, what’s happening in the gardens around campus and advice […]

Enterprise Bargaining update

The University and unions have been bargaining for just over three months.  Professor Richard Maltby, Chair of the Formal Negotiating Group has provided an overview of […]

Flinders in the news

Thereitis, 3D visualisation software invented by Theodor Wyeld from the School of Humanities, featured in the Business Review Weekly. Marketing and Communications Office staff member Katherine […]

Transnational Literature out now

The November issue of ‘Transnational Literature’ – the open access e-journal published by the Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities – is now available here. […]

Fuel your head and heart with art

Flinders University Art Museum is an extraordinary resource, housing more than 5,500 works of art on campus and presenting a dynamic program of exhibitions and related […]

The Annual Aristotelian Celebration

In the context of the 2013 Dimitria Greek Festival, the LOGOS Australian Centre for Hellenic Language and Culture in conjunction with the Pan Macedonian Association of […]