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Government has key role in interfaith dialogue

Tuesday 25 Oct 2016

Government has a vital role in promoting interfaith dialogue as a key element in nurturing friendship across cultures, religions and nations, a CSU theologian told an international forum in Indonesia last week.

CSU research: Optimising conservation in urban Australia

Tuesday 25 Oct 2016

The cities of Albury-Wodonga and Geelong have been selected for a new CSU study into the best way to conserve nature amid urban sprawl.

Support for international fisheries project

Monday 24 Oct 2016

A CSU-led research project to improve fish pathways in a section of the Mekong River in South East Asia has secured an additional $95 000 from Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.

CSU communications students top national competition, again

Friday 21 Oct 2016

For the seventh consecutive year two CSU student teams have been selected as finalists in the national 'Big Idea 'marketing communications competition.

Extreme political posters ‘cheapen democracy’

Wednesday 19 Oct 2016

Political free speech is essential but crass and extreme propaganda undermines proper debate, warns a CSU academic.

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Does the full moon bring out the lunatics?

Monday, 17 Oct 2016

As the full moon rises many police officers brace for a hectic night believing it's when 'lunatics come out' but CSU research has dispelled the myth.

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