A new $2.15 million dollar project, led by CSU researchers, aims to ultimately improve the lives of millions of people by tackling groundwater over-extraction in Pakistan.
A CSU philosopher argues that conscientious objectors to immunisation should make an appropriate contribution to society in lieu of being vaccinated.
New scholarships, worth up to $1.05 million, are on offer at CSU in 2017 to transform the lives of asylum seekers and refugees through higher education.
As cloud computing becomes more important in the IT industry, CSU has joined IT Masters to create Australia's first Masters degree focused on cloud computing and virtualisation.
Young people in rural and remote Australia who care for a family member with an illness or disability often develop strong family loyalty and connections and a sense of being 'better' people, according to new CSU research.
Many city people enjoy living near healthy, natural rivers, but real estate valuers, town planners and economists find it difficult to place an economic value on this desire.
With a passion for science, agriculture and rural Australia, CSU research student Ms Lucy Watt will be recognised on Australia Day.
CSU has experienced strong growth in the number of offers it has made to date to prospective students for 2017.
CSU's Vice-Chancellor has a vision to transform the lives of more regional students and their communities, as he takes on the top role for another five years.
Accurately valuing the social benefits and costs of community changes has proven elusive for policy and economic decision makers until a CSU research project.