Studying science at Charles Sturt University (CSU) led Ms Bettina Grieve on a two-month adventure tagging fish in the Mekong River, giving her an appreciation of international scientific collaboration.
CSU researchers have been awarded a national grant to investigate why the Australian welfare and justice systems are turning some of the most vulnerable children into criminals.
A kiss under the mistletoe is a Christmas tradition but for a CSU scientist studying this parasitic plant is a year-round obsession.
A team of four student engineers from CSU has won the national Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge for their design of a composting system for food waste.
CSU will celebrate the achievements of more than 3 500 graduates during formal ceremonies in December.
CSU will soon boast one of the largest rooftop solar energy systems in Australia as the University continues to reduce its environmental footprint.
CSU students have demonstrated their generosity and raised a record amount of money for local, national and international charities in 2016.
CSU research has found a basic healthy diet can cost up to around a third of some family's income support payments, shining new light on food stress in western NSW.
The support that CSU provides to rural and remote students studying online has been recognised with a national award.
Last night's Four Corners program presented evidence of widespread abuse and neglect suffered by children in the out-of-home care system. In The Conversation, Dr Kath McFarlane - a senior lecturer in CSU's Centre for Law and Justice writes, "Sadly, it was an all too familiar story. The Australian care system has been subject to criticism for over a century."