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Top CSU psychology student looks to serve rural communities

Friday, 17 Feb 2017

A CSU psychology student has gained wide recognition for her high academic achievement and personal dedication to her field of study.

What’s going on in your brain during exercise?

Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017

A group of cyclists has been pushed to the limit to give CSU researchers new understanding of what's happening in the brain during exercise.

Managing groundwater for farmers in Pakistan

Tuesday, 14 Feb 2017

A new $2.15 million dollar project, led by CSU researchers, aims to ultimately improve the lives of millions of people by tackling groundwater over-extraction in Pakistan.

CSU expert: Climate change action needed now

Friday, 10 Feb 2017

The latest heatwave in south eastern Australia points to the need for comprehensive government policies and action on climate change, says a CSU expert.

What do conscientious objectors to vaccination owe the community?

Monday, 6 Feb 2017

A CSU philosopher argues that conscientious objectors to immunisation should make an appropriate contribution to society in lieu of being vaccinated.

CSU offers refugees valuable, life-changing financial support

Thursday, 2 Feb 2017

New scholarships, worth up to $1.05 million, are on offer at CSU in 2017 to transform the lives of asylum seekers and refugees through higher education.

Master prepares IT workers for cloud nine

Thursday, 2 Feb 2017

As cloud computing becomes more important in the IT industry, CSU has joined IT Masters to create Australia's first Masters degree focused on cloud computing and virtualisation.

Positive outlook of young carers in regional Australia

Wednesday, 1 Feb 2017

Young people in rural and remote Australia who care for a family member with an illness or disability often develop strong family loyalty and connections and a sense of being 'better' people, according to new CSU research.

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.

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