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More resources not more tests needed for classrooms

Tuesday, 31 Jan 2017

A CSU paediatric speech pathologist argues more resources rather than a new test is the key to helping Australian school children with difficulties in phonics and reading.

A professional dilemma: nurses participation in legal executions

Monday, 30 Jan 2017

The participation of nurses in legal executions is a dilemma for the profession and a CSU academic believes we shouldn't shy away from debating the issue.

Award for agricultural research student

Monday, 23 Jan 2017

With a passion for science, agriculture and rural Australia, CSU research student Ms Lucy Watt will be recognised on Australia Day.

City home owners place higher values on healthy rivers

Wednesday, 25 Jan 2017

Many city people enjoy living near healthy, natural rivers, but real estate valuers, town planners and economists find it difficult to place an economic value on this desire.

Strong growth across CSU for 2017 student offers

Thursday, 19 Jan 2017

CSU has experienced strong growth in the number of offers it has made to date to prospective students for 2017.

Trump inauguration – a future of profound uncertainty

Wednesday, 18 Jan 2017

As the eyes of the world turn to Washington DC for the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump, political science and history academics at CSU have expressed their reservations.

Vice-Chancellor reappointed for another five years

Tuesday, 17 Jan 2017

CSU's Vice-Chancellor has a vision to transform the lives of more regional students and their communities, as he takes on the top role for another five years.

CSU research probes historic Justice Murphy ‘The Age Tapes’ documents

Tuesday, 17 Jan 2017

A CSU research student hopes to unravel findings in 30-year old embargoed documents surrounding scandals involving former High Court Justice Lionel Murphy.

Valuing people’s well-being as benefits and costs

Monday, 16 Jan 2017

Accurately valuing the social benefits and costs of community changes has proven elusive for policy and economic decision makers until a CSU research project.

Studying chickpea use in India

Monday, 16 Jan 2017

The push to develop the market for Australian chickpeas in India is drawing on the expertise of a CSU psychology researcher to understand what consumers want.

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