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A Brief Insight into the Views Expressed by some CSU Students - 2018

Tuesday 29 May 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is calling for more action on Indigenous reconciliation and will continue to advocate through the University’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

An opinion piece by Professor Jeannie Herbert and Ms Felicity Taylor-Edwards discusses the complexity of engaging with all Australians on the complex issue of reconciliation.

Reconciliation Week: More Action needed according to CSU

Monday 28 May 2018

At the beginning of Reconciliation Week, Charles Sturt University (CSU) has today called for more action on Indigenous reconciliation as it continues to drive its Reconciliation Action Plan.

University funding debates should be broadened to reflect their democratic purpose

Monday 28 May 2018

Recently published in The Conversation, CSU academic and political commentator Dominic O'Sullivan explores what it means to be a public university in a democratic society.

First Conservation Workshop for endangered Red Panda held in Bhutan

Friday 25 May 2018

Charles Sturt University’s Senior Researcher for the Institute for Land, Water and Society, Dr Joanne Millar, is leading a three year research project that aims to protect red panda habitat and the livelihoods of yak herder in the high altitude rangelands of Bhutan. Funded by the UK Darwin Initiative Fund, the project is focusing on severe land degradation, red panda habitat loss and herder wellbeing in the winter rangelands of Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary in remote eastern Bhutan.

US Fulbright scholarship opens eyes and ears for CSU researcher

Friday 25 May 2018

A CSU researcher has taken her research into deafness and communication to new heights through the Fulbright Scholarship program.

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Lao fisher clears fishway
Fishways show the way in Mekong basin

Thursday, 21 Jun 2018

A project led by CSU researchers has shown that fishways can be successfully added to irrigation structures to allow fish to swim upstream around obstructing migration barriers such as dams, weirs and levee banks.

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