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.
Personal observations of the alienation of teenage girls in PE have prompted a CSU academic to delve into the history of the subject.
The support that CSU provides to rural and remote students studying online has been recognised with a national award.
The future of online education in Australia and globally will be a key focus of an international summit being hosted by CSU.
A CSU PhD student has been awarded a federal government Endeavour Research Fellowship to work with leading international researchers in Newfoundland, Canada.
Improving access to higher education for people with a disability from a low socio-economic background in regional areas is the focus of new CSU-led research.
A CSU academic has been elected to head the international body representing information professionals and academics.
A national customs research centre based at CSU is helping to free up trading barriers for global exporters, including in Australia.
A CSU intelligence expert has welcomed the forthcoming review of Australian intelligence agencies as vital for addressing the ever-changing international security environment.
The design of a system for composting organic food waste in an African refugee community has earned a major gong for four engineering students at CSU.