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CSU research: Do facial features signal behavioural traits?

Monday 18 Jun 2018

A CSU research student seeks participants for her study to determine whether people possess an evolved capacity to detect facial features that signal behavioural traits and relationship behaviours as a potential partner.

Australia relies on volunteers to monitor its endangered species

Thursday 14 Jun 2018

Ecologists including a senior CSU researcher explain how Australia relies on volunteers to monitor its endangered species in The Conversation.

CSU students heading to Nepal for extraordinary study program

Wednesday 13 Jun 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is excited to have six Bachelor of Technology/Masters in Engineering (Civil Systems) students travelling in the mid-year break to take part in an extraordinary study program in Nepal.

CSU celebrates leaders named in Queen’s Birthday Honours List

Tuesday 12 Jun 2018

Three Charles Sturt University (CSU) leaders have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List acknowledging their strong ties to education and the community.

CSU’s Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers (AM), Adjunct Professor David Goldney (AM) and Kurt Fearnley (AO) were awarded for their work and dedication to their field of expertise.

Harnessing the power of digital animation to counter extremism

Tuesday 12 Jun 2018

A digital animation to assist in the ongoing efforts to counter extremism around the globe is being developed in a new project at Charles Sturt University (CSU).

It draws on the expertise of two CSU academics – information scientist Dr Waseem Afzal and animation and visual effects expert Mr Andrew Hagan.

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NWGIC a role to play in new wine research

Friday, 8 Jun 2018

The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre in Wagga Wagga is set to play a key role in a research centre to build the sustainability and competitive edge of the Australian wine industry.

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