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CSU science graduate tags new career prospects

Thursday, 12 Jan 2017

Studying science at Charles Sturt University (CSU) led Ms Bettina Grieve on a two-month adventure tagging fish in the Mekong River, giving her an appreciation of international scientific collaboration.

Why are our most vulnerable children turning to crime?

Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017

CSU researchers have been awarded a national grant to investigate why the Australian welfare and justice systems are turning some of the most vulnerable children into criminals.

Ministers’ questionable travel entitlements – any end in sight?

Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017

A CSU academic says alleged misuse of parliamentary travel entitlements by Ministers needs prompt and decisive action by the Prime Minister.

CSU graduate bridges the cultural divide in regional Australia

Monday, 9 Jan 2017

A former refugee, hailed as a man of courage and a wise leader, has received his postgraduate degree from CSU after postponing his own education for his family.

Leading playwright to pen play for CSU students

Thursday, 22 Dec 2016

A leading Australian playwright and screen writer will pen a play for CSU students to produce and perform in 2017.

Mistletoe not just for Christmas

Tuesday, 20 Dec 2016

A kiss under the mistletoe is a Christmas tradition but for a CSU scientist studying this parasitic plant is a year-round obsession.

Emeritus Professor honour for international educator

Wednesday, 1 Jan 2003

In a teaching and academic career spanning more than 45 years, CSU Emeritus Professor Bob Perry has nurtured the next generation of educational researchers.

CSU engineering students best in Australia

Thursday, 15 Dec 2016

A team of four student engineers from CSU has won the national Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge for their design of a composting system for food waste.

CSU and La Trobe welcome review of distribution of medical places

Wednesday, 14 Dec 2016

 The Vice-Chancellors of La Trobe and CSU have welcomed the Federal Government assessment of medical school places announced today.

Honorary doctorate for long-serving Aboriginal educator

Wednesday, 14 Dec 2016

A former CSU Koori Teaching Fellow will receive an honorary doctorate at a graduation ceremony in Bathurst this week for his more than 40 years of teaching experience and research in the field of Aboriginal education.

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