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CSU fish expert joins ministerial panel

Wednesday, 6 Feb 2019

CSU native fish ecologist Dr Lee Baumgartner has been appointed to the scientific panel advising the Federal Minister on recent fish deaths in the Darling River.

Prestigious scholarship for CSU dentistry student leader

Monday, 4 Feb 2019

A leading CSU dentistry student has been awarded a scholarship from a prestigious international dental organisation.

Physiotherapy student invites public to participate in research

Monday, 4 Feb 2019

Charles Sturt University (CSU) final-year Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) student Ella Thorburn (pictured) invites members of the public to participate in a research project titled: “Musculoskeletal symptoms among smartphone and tablet device users.”

CSU announces Strategic Professor and Conjoint Chair Allied Health and Community Wellbeing

Friday, 1 Feb 2019

Charles Sturt University (CSU) and the Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD) announce Professor Gail Whiteford as the Strategic Professor and Conjoint Chair Allied Health and Community Wellbeing for the NSW Mid North Coast.

Healthy wetlands critical for sustainable development: CSU researcher

Thursday, 31 Jan 2019

Recent native fish deaths at Menindee are symptoms of a global malaise says world leading wetland ecologist at CSU, Professor Max Finlayson.

Australia Day honours for CSU scholars

Wednesday, 30 Jan 2019

Several academics and others at or associated with CSU have received 2019 Australia Day honours.

CSU leads high-tech search for the ‘perfect’ parking space

Wednesday, 30 Jan 2019

Let’s face it – most drivers have driven around the block searching for that elusive ‘perfect’ parking space.  A  research team at CSU in Port Macquarie hopes to change that.

Thinking outside the box

Tuesday, 29 Jan 2019

With heat waves becoming the new normal in Australia, spare a though for native animals, struggling to find places to live.

CSU Research: Winegrapes feeling the heat

Tuesday, 22 Jan 2019

As inland Australia braces for more hot weather, a researcher from the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC) is studying the impact of heat waves on the physiology and composition of Shiraz grapes.

CSU and NSW SES and Fire and Rescue unite for paramedic simulation

Monday, 21 Jan 2019

Charles Sturt University (CSU) Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) students last week took part in a car crash and night club explosion simulation, as part of their five-day residential school in Bathurst.

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