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Micro chipped fish feed data appetites of river users

Monday, 7 Aug 2017

CSU fish scientists are working with partners to make public a huge database of information on native fish living in rivers across southern Australia.

ABC boss to visit CSU

Thursday, 3 Aug 2017

The Managing Director of the ABC, Ms Michelle Guthrie will visit CSU in Wagga Wagga on Friday 11 August to share her views on the challenges facing the public broadcaster and the wider media sector.

International training for CSU student

Tuesday, 1 Aug 2017

A CSU research student who's examining the potential anti-cancer properties of coloured rice has won a coveted spot in an international training program.

Landmark agronomy textbook now free online

Wednesday, 2 Aug 2017

While there was no shortage of big hair and shoulder-pads in the 1980s, there was a lack of text books about Australian cropping. CSU's Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley changed that.

Identities are vital for leaders: CSU expert

Friday, 4 Aug 2017

Who we are plays a vital role in developing our leaders, says a leading CSU expert on business leadership, Associate Professor Michelle Evans.

CSU acts to keep students safe

Tuesday, 1 Aug 2017

More than 800 CSU students have responded to a national Human Rights Commission survey on sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities.

Timely new CSU website for HSC students

Monday, 31 Jul 2017

Students sitting the NSW Higher School Certificate in 2017 will benefit from a new resource-rich website created by academics at CSU.

Trial tests canola meal for beef steers

Thursday, 27 Jul 2017

CSU research is evaluating the use of canola meal, a by-product of oil production, as a supplementary feed ration for beef steers.

Majority of irrigators want living, healthy rivers: CSU experts

Wednesday, 26 Jul 2017

Senior ecologists at CSU believe the majority of irrigators in southern Australia are doing the right thing and are not pumping excessive water from the southern Murray Darling Basin. But they also believe there is room for improvement.

National initiative promotes physical and mental wellbeing

Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017

A CSU academic and mental health advocate has played a leading role in the development of a national program launched in Canberra today.

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