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Early childhood educators’ protest justified on IWD

Wednesday, 8 Mar 2017

To protest against their poor wages and conditions, and timed to coincide with International Women's Day, early childhood educators from 30 centres across the nation will stage a walk-off-the-job at 3.20pm today.

Women must be included in engineering design

Wednesday, 8 Mar 2017

A CSU academic and engineer believes women should be involved in engineering design to better solve problems from a variety of perspectives.

Building a culture of gender equity in STEMM

Monday, 6 Mar 2017

As International Women's Day on Wednesday 8 March puts the spotlight on women's advancement, CSU is going for bronze in its support for a national gender equity program.

Mixed results for cutting Sunday penalty rates in regional Australia: CSU expert

Wednesday, 1 Mar 2017
A CSU expert believes there are mixed results for regional Australia in the proposal to cut Sunday penalty rates for some weekend workers.

Another CSU student a world photography finalist

Wednesday, 1 Mar 2017

For the third successive year, a CSU photography student has been named a finalist in the annual 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.

CSU academic an influential national sports scientist

Monday, 27 Feb 2017

A CSU academic has been named as one of Australia's most influential exercise and sports scientists.

On their bikes to help rural kids

Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017

Cyclists from CSU will ride 420 kilometres over three days to raise funds to help bridge the health care gap for rural children.

Changing nature of handwriting

Thursday, 23 Feb 2017

Research by a CSU academic has found mixed results when it comes to teaching and learning handwriting and keyboard skills to school children.

Bottling of new CSU wines

Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017

The clink of glass on the bottling line will mark the beginning of a new era of winemaking at CSU this week.

Science expands at CSU in Port Macquarie

Tuesday, 21 Feb 2017

Health science on the NSW Mid North Coast will take a leap forward this week as CSU begins two new programs in Port Macquarie.

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