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Call for pledges to Equally Well best practice

Thursday 7 Sep 2017

A CSU academic and co-chair of the National Mental Health Commission's Equally Well Implementation Committee is calling for action from individuals and organisations to make a firm commitment to alleviate mental illness in their communities.

New book promotes coworking in regional Australia

Friday 1 Sep 2017

A CSU business researcher and innovation manager has laid out the requirements for successful coworking in regional Australia in a new book for entrepreneurs.

Courtroom battles can lead social change

Thursday 24 Aug 2017

A visiting legal expert famous for a number of landmark decisions achieving social justice will deliver a public lecture at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Bathurst on Monday 28 August about how litigation can assist marginalised people through the courts.

CSU students learn value of humanitarian engineering

Wednesday 9 Aug 2017

Small rural villages in Cambodia's Mekong River islands are unlikely venues for an intensive cross-cultural learning experience for CSU engineering students.

Inaugural Navigator entrepreneur heads to Sydney

Wednesday 9 Aug 2017

A CSU student will fly the flag for regional entrepreneurs when she attends the inaugural Navigator program with the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship starting this month.

Identities are vital for leaders: CSU expert

Thursday 3 Aug 2017

Who we are plays a vital role in developing our leaders, says a leading CSU expert on business leadership, Associate Professor Michelle Evans.

More awards for CSU Engineering building

Monday 17 Jul 2017

The architect firm ThomsonAdsett has been recognised at this year's NSW Architecture Awards for their work on CSU's Engineering building in Bathurst.

Hard lessons still to be learnt: CSU cybersecurity experts

Thursday 29 Jun 2017

Cybersecurity experts at CSU believe Australian businesses suffering from the latest ransomware attack 'Petya' have not learned sufficiently from a previous global attack.

Troubled TEN TV will shake-up media ownership laws

Wednesday 14 Jun 2017

A CSU academic says news that the troubled TV Network TEN has been placed in administration is a worrying sign for media diversity in Australia.

Australia’s cybersecurity in spotlight at Wagga conference

Monday 5 Jun 2017

Hackers using Wannacry malware, national security, and business challenges are hot topics for cybersecurity experts from around Australia and overseas when they meet this week in Wagga Wagga, NSW.

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