A Charles Sturt University terrorism expert says the use of social media by Islamic State in Syria and Iraq can only be managed and mitigated from this point on.
Disruptions due to landslides and road blocks, diverse languages and poor telecommunications are some of the challenges a CSU researcher has faced while working with teachers in remote villages in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
A CSU alumnus is among a select group of journalist to be offered a 2016 Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University.
From treating elite athletes through to applying band-aids for spectators, CSU paramedic students put their training to good use at the recent Australian Ironman in Port Macquarie.
A CSU academic has been honoured with an appointment to a World Trade Organisation dispute resolution panel.