A CSU student has been named as the only Australian finalist in an international photography competition.
Focusing on the leader, rather than the government, is undermining our democratic standards and fostering a deeper cynicism about politics, according to CSU political scientist, Dr Troy Whitford.
Researchers at CSU in Bathurst have edited a new book of selected letters by Australian writer Kate Llewellyn.
When Dr Judith Gullifer graduates from CSU in Bathurst tomorrow the award of a doctorate for her thesis about student plagiarism will have particular relevance for her work.
CSU animation and visual effects students have put three years of tertiary education into practice by creating short films for a good cause.
A CSU social work graduate from Wagga Wagga will receive the inaugural Western District Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) Social Work Prize from the NSW Department of Family and Community Services.
The sorrow felt around Australia and the world at the death of Phillip Hughes last week has prompted a CSU academic to pen a poem in tribute to the young Australian cricketer.
CSU students are sharing digital photography skills to help a group of older Australians tell their stories through new media.
Many young people turn to the web to find out what's happening in the world but CSU research has shown they still value holding newsprint in their hands.
Armed with an award-winning short film set in regional NSW, two CSU students are heading to Sydney in search of employment.