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CSU expertise helps develop Myanmar education system

Thursday 22 Nov 2018

A CSU academic has recently returned from providing strategic and technical assistance to address critical issues in pre-service teacher education in Myanmar (formerly Burma).

Experience Matters: Meet David Hunt Bachelor of Education student

Thursday 22 Nov 2018

Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Education student David Hunt didn’t plan to go to university.

CSU Research: New technology to track grape development for better harvest

Thursday 22 Nov 2018

Measuring and tracking the development of grapes in the vineyard is now easier – thanks to a mobile phone app developed by the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC) and funded by Wine Australia.

Toppling bankers can be satisfying, but it’s not enough to heal a sick culture

Wednesday 21 Nov 2018

Senior bank and insurance company executives are falling on their swords in the wake of the Banking Royal Commission. But simply changing leaders will not change these organisations to stop bad corporate behaviour, says CSU management commentator Mathew Donald in The Conversation.

Bainimarama wins again in Fiji, helped by muzzling the media, unions and the church

Wednesday 21 Nov 2018

Josaia Bainimarama has been re-elected as Prime Minister in Fiji, which has severely limited press freedom and authoritarian rule to curb dissent, says CSU political commentator Dominic O'Sullivan in The Conversation.

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CSU team wins top honour for international fish passage project

Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018

A CSU-led research team has received the Distinguished Project Award for an international project seeking to protect the health and livelihoods of millions of people living in the Mekong Basin of Southeast Asia.

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