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CSU success in Engineers Without Borders challenge

Friday 15 Dec 2017

First year Charles Sturt University (CSU) engineering students achieved one of the top scoring reports in NSW as part of the 2017 Engineers Without Borders (EWB) challenge.

Graduation at CSU in Port Macquarie

Thursday 14 Dec 2017

More than 700 people will attend two CSU graduation ceremonies in Port Macquarie on Monday 18 December.

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.

CSU graduation ceremonies in Albury-Wodonga

Tuesday 12 Dec 2017

More than 1 500 people will celebrate three CSU graduation ceremonies in Albury-Wodonga on Thursday 14 and Friday 15 December.

World-first for early Parkinson’s detection

Tuesday 12 Dec 2017

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) PhD research student has discovered a new technique that uses artificial intelligence to accurately detect early Parkinson’s Disease in patients.

Endeavour success sees CSU students overseas in 2018

Monday 11 Dec 2017

CSU has successfully won funding to send students overseas in 2018 for further studies, and to host 12 overseas scholars to develop their skills and relations with CSU.

CSU graduation ceremony in Canberra

Friday 8 Dec 2017

More than 150 people will attend the CSU graduation ceremony in Canberra on Monday 11 December.

CSU students sought to join Hacker Exchange

Wednesday 8 Nov 2017

The Sydney School of Entrepreneurship (SSE) is on the hunt for five inspiring student entrepreneurs from 12 institutions, including Charles Sturt University (CSU) to join an international boot camp to Silicon Valley in California. Entries close this Friday 10 November.

CSU students to represent Australia in meat judging

Wednesday 4 Oct 2017

Two CSU students have secured spots in a national meat judging team to represent Australia in the United States in 2018.

Achieving gender balance in agriculture

Thursday 21 Sep 2017

In terms of gender balance in agricultural education the scales have tipped but more is needed to support women in the workforce, says CSU Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley.

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