CSU research

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Ag graduates get to work

Monday 29 Jan 2018

Agriculture graduates who studied in regional Australia are more likely to be employed in the country, according to new research published by CSU Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley.

New book understands, supports young writers

Monday 29 Jan 2018

A leading CSU education researcher has released a new book recognising that young writers need support from a very early age.

Australia Day award for CSU student

Monday 22 Jan 2018

Preventing disease to produce healthy animals is what motivates CSU student Ms Cara Wilson, who will be honoured this week for her early career research.

Frogs surviving in dry, dry land

Thursday 11 Jan 2018

Frogs are often associated with wet tropical forests or vast swamps, not in the dry lands of southern NSW, which a CSU researcher Dr Carmen Amos to investigate the state of frog populations in the region and the factors influencing them.

Investigating the decline of northern Australia’s largest marsupial predator

Wednesday 10 Jan 2018

A CSU researcher is investigating the status of one of the last major populations of northern quolls before its habitat is invaded by cane toads.

Mighty meat ants help spread native plants along roadsides

Monday 8 Jan 2018

Research from CSU has demonstrated how tiny ants help spread native trees along the roadsides that criss-cross the Australian rural landscape.

‘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.

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