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Constitutional right to racial equality needed

Friday 26 May 2017

With the First Nations Convention being held this week near Uluru, a CSU constitutional expert questions 'cosmetic' changes that do not change the legal status of Indigenous Australians.

How Indigenous leaders translate global talk into local action

Monday 22 May 2017

Two CSU researchers are collaborating with an international researchers and Indigenous leaders to investigate how Indigenous leaders draw on their inner cultural resources to better their and other communities worldwide.

National scholarship takes CSU student to USA

Wednesday 17 May 2017

A CSU student has set his sights on an international work placement to learn more about dairy production medicine after winning a national scholarship.

Cyber warfare is here: CSU expert

Monday 15 May 2017

A CSU cyber security expert believes the future of cyber warfare is here after the recent global 'malware' attack.

International prize for CSU research student

Friday 12 May 2017

Research into canola processing and the effect on bioactive components in the oil has earned a CSU PhD student international recognition.

Disappointment and optimism for Murray Darling Medical School

Wednesday 10 May 2017
The Vice-Chancellors of Charles Sturt and La Trobe universities are confident the Federal Government will look favourably on their proposal to address the growing shortage of doctors in regional Australia through the Murray Darling Medical School.

Targeting weed seed bank at harvest

Monday 8 May 2017

The potential to target and destroy weed seeds when harvesting irrigated crops like rice, will be outlined by Graham Centre researcher Dr John Broster at an international symposium next week.

Politics and economics to impact 2017 Budget

Monday 8 May 2017

CSU has a number of experts available to comment on the 2017 Federal Budget.

Children, ads and the ethics of Facebook’s revenue optimisation

Thursday 4 May 2017

A CSU academic says concern is justified about Facebook's ethics as it strives to maximise revenue by targeting advertising to children and youth who use it.

Higher education policy a mixed outcome

Tuesday 2 May 2017

Details of the federal government's forthcoming higher education policy package offers both positive and troubling outcomes for a sector that has already contributed $3.9 billion to Budget repair since 2011/12.

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