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Call for pledges to Equally Well best practice

Thursday, 7 Sep 2017

A CSU academic and co-chair of the National Mental Health Commission's Equally Well Implementation Committee is calling for action from individuals and organisations to make a firm commitment to alleviate mental illness in their communities.

HSC Online site proves a hit

Wednesday, 6 Sep 2017

Data from CSU newly launched HSC Online website proves its value for senior high students studying for the 2017 Higher School Certificate.

Two CSU books nominated for two Tasmanian awards

Wednesday, 6 Sep 2017

The work of two CSU academics has been long-listed from nominations for two prestigious Tasmanian literary awards to be announced November 2017.

International recognition for CSU academic assessing reality in a virtual world

Monday, 4 Sep 2017

Extensive research into assessing the effectiveness of educational simulation programs for frontline responders has won international recognition for CSU academic, Dr Amanda Davies.

Conscience and conscientious objection in healthcare

Tuesday, 5 Sep 2017

The ethical challenges posed by healthcare professionals who wish to be able to refuse to treat patients on the grounds of conscientious objections is the focus of an international conference.

New book promotes coworking in regional Australia

Friday, 1 Sep 2017

A CSU business researcher and innovation manager has laid out the requirements for successful coworking in regional Australia in a new book for entrepreneurs.

Statement on new Queensland Medical School

Thursday, 31 Aug 2017

CSU welcomes today's Federal Government announcement that Griffith University will be able to operate a fully-fledged Medical School at Sunshine Coast University Hospital in Queensland for 50 local students per year.

University cuts will hurt students

Thursday, 31 Aug 2017

CSU is again warning of the adverse impacts of proposed cuts to the higher education sector totalling $2.8 billion over the next four years.

CSU offers unique Islamic art study opportunity

Wednesday, 30 Aug 2017

CSU offers a unique opportunity for students to study Islamic art in Malaysia.

CSU graduates get jobs

Tuesday, 29 Aug 2017

CSU has welcomed the latest national figures revealing the proportion of its graduates finding full-time employment is higher than at any other Australian university.

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