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Endeavour success sees CSU students overseas in 2018

Monday, 11 Dec 2017

CSU has successfully won funding to send students overseas in 2018 for further studies, and to host 12 overseas scholars to develop their skills and relations with CSU.

CSU continues to dominate the postgraduate IT education market

Friday, 8 Dec 2017

CSU has further increased its leadership for course enrolments within the university information technology (IT) postgraduate education sector.

CSU graduation ceremony in Canberra

Friday, 8 Dec 2017

More than 150 people will attend the CSU graduation ceremony in Canberra on Monday 11 December.

$50 million expansion of CSU in Port Macquarie

Friday, 8 Dec 2017

Millions of dollars will be further invested by CSU into the NSW Mid North Coast as it reveals plans for the second stage of construction of its newest campus at Port Macquarie.

CSU graduates attend ceremony in Orange

Friday, 8 Dec 2017

Charles Sturt University (CSU) students across several disciplines graduate in Orange today, Friday 8 December.

Clever partnership to address healthcare issues in the bush

Thursday, 7 Dec 2017

The Governor of NSW, His Excellency General the Hon David Hurley (Rtd) launched the new and important partnership between Charles Sturt University and Royal Far West at an event at Government House in Sydney.

’Tis the season to graduate and celebrate

Thursday, 7 Dec 2017

Friday 8 December marks the beginning of the graduation period at CSU.

theDVproject: 2650 – domestic violence in Wagga Wagga

Thursday, 7 Dec 2017

A survey of community attitudes and knowledge of domestic violence in Wagga Wagga has found the regional NSW city holds more conservative attitudes towards gender roles and power dynamics compared to national figures.

Excluding feral livestock to conserve native fauna

Friday, 8 Dec 2017

A study led by CSU ecologists is investigating whether the exclusion of feral livestock from waterholes can restore refuges for native animals and plants in savannah ecosystems in northern Australia.

Triple J decision reflects growing mood for Australia Day date change

Friday, 1 Dec 2017

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic argues that ABC radio Triple J's decision to move the date its annual announcement of the Hottest 100 hits of the past year is part of the growing public momentum to change the date of Australia Day.

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