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Patients the winners with new digital rehab tool

Wednesday 7 Feb 2018

Exercise physiologists at CSU are using new digital technology to improve patients’ rehabilitation outcomes.

Stakes are high as Turkey, Russia and the US tussle over the future of Syria

Tuesday 6 Feb 2018

This article in The Conversation by CSU Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp looks at the main players as they fight to carve Syria into regions of control and influence.

Program helps boost central west businesses

Tuesday 6 Feb 2018

CenWest Innovate seeks businesses in the wider central west to participate in its coming much-praised Next Stage Growth Program.

The outdoors and education in Nepal

Monday 5 Feb 2018

The South Asian country of Nepal was the perfect destination for CSU Bachelor of Outdoor Education student, Mr Adam McDonnell, combining his love of teaching and nature.

More children are starting school depressed and anxious – without help, it will only get worse

Wednesday 31 Jan 2018

This article is part of a series in The Conversation that draws on the latest research on back to school transitions. In it, experts explain how best to prepare children for school, and counter difficulties such as stress or bad behaviour.

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Indian hawkers in the Riverina
Indian hawkers’ story reflects modern migrant dilemmas

Tuesday, 20 Feb 2018

A CSU researcher believes the story of Indian ‘hawkers’, who plied their trade across south-eastern Australia in the late 1800s, is reflected in the current dilemmas facing migrants in regional Australia.

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