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Child protection report lacks crucial national detail on abuse in out-of-home care

Tuesday 13 Mar 2018

Dr Katherine McFarlane, a Senior Lecturer at CSU's Centre for Law & Justice, writes in The Conversation about the importance of national data collection and public reporting of abuse of children in care.

Annual CSU Wellness and Wellbeing Expos for staff and students

Tuesday 13 Mar 2018

More than 2 500 CSU staff and students are expected to benefit from the annual round of health and wellness expos currently in full-swing across the University.

CSU launches new student leadership program

Tuesday 13 Mar 2018

CSU is giving its student leaders the chance to gain formal recognition through a new university-wide leadership program.

It’s a ‘mile a minute’ for international scientist at CSU

Friday 9 Mar 2018

A Canadian scientist has travelled thousands of miles to tap into CSU expertise as part of research into the invasive weed known as ‘mile-a-minute’.

The Syrian ‘hell on earth’ is a tangle of power plays unlikely to end soon

Thursday 8 Mar 2018

Commenting in The Conversation, CSU Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp sees no immediate end to the current Syrian 'hell on earth' thanks to power struggles associated with the conflict.

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Matt OConnell
Help find an Australian icon in the pub

Thursday, 15 Mar 2018

Scouting pubs and clubs across south-eastern Australia might not seem a bad way to spend your study time, but for CSU researcher Mr Matt O’Connell, it is all in the name of science.

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