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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.

Planning a healthy future for rural NSW

Sunday 27 Aug 2017

Securing health professionals for rural and regional NSW is firmly on the agenda at the launch of the CSU-led Three Rivers Department of Rural Health in West Wyalong on Wednesday 30 August.

The Internet of Things and emerging security concerns

Monday 7 Aug 2017

Cyber-attacks are rattling organisational cages and the internet remains an open problem, says CSU cybersecurity expert, Associate Professor Tanveer Zia.

Micro chipped fish feed data appetites of river users

Sunday 6 Aug 2017

CSU fish scientists are working with partners to make public a huge database of information on native fish living in rivers across southern Australia.

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.

Evidence questions ‘common sense’ about memory in child abuse cases

Monday 24 Jul 2017

A CSU legal expert and her team have shown the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that some views used to discredit victims of child abuse are not supported by current scientific evidence.

CSU finalist in 3 Minute Thesis comp

Monday 17 Jul 2017

A CSU student has embarked on a war on waste in the Australian beef industry.

Launch of first-of-its-kind Report on Islamophobia in Australia

Sunday 9 Jul 2017

Australian Muslim women who ventured out on their own were almost three times more likely to face harassment of an islamophobic nature.

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.

New book explores theories of indigenous politics

Wednesday 28 Jun 2017

A new book by a CSU academic is the first comprehensive integration of political theory to explain indigenous politics.

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