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‘Risk’ news – who do you believe?

Tuesday 19 Dec 2017

Research by a CSU academic will help the understanding of risk communication in both traditional and emerging media.

Fiji speech and language research yields ‘gold standard’ PhD thesis

Wednesday 13 Dec 2017

Speech and language pathology research in Fiji by a CSU PhD graduate has been praised by her supervisors for its high standard and far reaching applications.

Excluding feral livestock to conserve native fauna

Friday 8 Dec 2017

A study led by CSU ecologists is investigating whether the exclusion of feral livestock from waterholes can restore refuges for native animals and plants in savannah ecosystems in northern Australia.

theDVproject: 2650 – domestic violence in Wagga Wagga

Thursday 7 Dec 2017

A survey of community attitudes and knowledge of domestic violence in Wagga Wagga has found the regional NSW city holds more conservative attitudes towards gender roles and power dynamics compared to national figures.

EU extends the life of glyphosate

Wednesday 29 Nov 2017

After months of indecision the EU has voted to extend the licence of the herbicide, glyphosate for five years. CSU Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation writes about the implications for Australian agriculture.

National #AgDay presents many opportunities

Monday 20 Nov 2017

As we celebrate Australian agriculture on Tuesday 21 November #AgDay, Director of the Charles Sturt University (CSU) Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, Professor Michael Friend writes about the value of the sector beyond the farm gate and the important role of research across the value chain.

Yes vote offers opportunity for leadership: CSU expert

Thursday 16 Nov 2017

Today's same-sex marriage survey result provides Malcolm Turnbull with the decisive leadership opportunity that has so far eluded his Prime Ministership, according to a CSU academic.

CSU AgriTech Incubator sells success to MPs, seeks new cohort

Friday 3 Nov 2017

The AgriTech Incubator in Wagga Wagga will host a visit by a NSW Parliamentary Committee and now seeks applicants for the second cohort of start-up businesses.

CSU academic contributed to Nobel Prize winning research

Friday 3 Nov 2017
The recent announcement of a 2017 Nobel Prize for the detection of gravitational waves had a Charles Sturt University (CSU) connection, with an academic involved in the research since 2000.

Boost for Riverina Indigenous business

Friday 6 Oct 2017

NSW Member for Albury Greg Aplin announced that indigenous businesses will be boosted across the Riverina thanks to a free visiting entrepreneurship program by the NSW Government and CSU.

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