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Evidence questions ‘common sense’ about memory in child abuse cases

Tuesday 25 Jul 2017

A CSU legal expert and her team have shown the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that some views used to discredit victims of child abuse are not supported by current scientific evidence.

International recognition for CSU teaching excellence

Friday 21 Jul 2017

Academics at CSU have received international professional recognition of their experience and expertise in university teaching.

CSU leader and mentor retires after 30 years’ service

Thursday 20 Jul 2017

A career focussed on promoting education to transform lives and develop sustainable regional communities is being celebrated this week by CSU.

Australia doesn’t have a constitutional right protecting freedom of the person – it needs one

Tuesday 18 Jul 2017

Australian constitutional expert and CSU academic, Dr Bede Harris, believes the recent wrongful detention of two Australian citizens highlights inadequate protection for freedom of the person.

Mosul is taken back, but Islamic State is not finished yet

Tuesday 18 Jul 2017

CSU expert Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp believes even with the recent fall of Mosul in Iraq, IS is not finished yet.

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CSU students learn value of humanitarian engineering

Thursday, 10 Aug 2017

Small rural villages in Cambodia's Mekong River islands are unlikely venues for an intensive cross-cultural learning experience for CSU engineering students.

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