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CSU student to hit New York pavements for city marathon

Friday 20 Oct 2017

CSU student Zane Sparke is off to New York City next month to take part in the world famous marathon.

Boost for Riverina Indigenous business

Friday 6 Oct 2017

NSW Member for Albury Greg Aplin announced that indigenous businesses will be boosted across the Riverina thanks to a free visiting entrepreneurship program by the NSW Government and CSU.

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.

Accelerating better tasting beef

Thursday 28 Sep 2017

Before a steak hits your dinner plate it's aged to improve the flavour but new CSU and NSW DPI research is examining if the process can be done more efficiently.

CSU academics lead first in the world research

Thursday 28 Sep 2017

In a world-first, CSU researchers have piloted the use of Hexoskin wearable technology in their holistic assessment of early childhood educators' well-being.

Building relationships key to small business success

Friday 22 Sep 2017

Small businesses from across the Central West were enthusiastic participants in a workshop today, conducted by CenWest Innovate, a partnership program supported by the NSW Department of Industry and CSU.

CSU students wear pink and dig deep for a good cause

Thursday 21 Sep 2017

It was an easy decision for CSU students to donate the thousands of dollars raised during 2017 Orientation Week to support the McGrath Foundation.

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.

Mixing Lego and science lands CSU lecturer national award

Monday 18 Sep 2017

Lego blocks and role playing do not appear to have much to do with teaching allied health students, however a CSU academic has won a national teaching excellence award for her creative approach to learning.

More productive pastures for mixed farms

Tuesday 19 Sep 2017

Careful selection and management of pastures can set mixed farmers up to capitalise on strong livestock prices, according to Dr Jeff McCormick from CSU and the Graham Centre.

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