A volunteer program to support the English language and literacy skills of young refugees has been expanded in regional NSW due to the support of students at Charles Sturt University.
To protest against their poor wages and conditions, and timed to coincide with International Women's Day, early childhood educators from 30 centres across the nation will stage a walk-off-the-job at 3.20pm today.
Research by a CSU academic has found mixed results when it comes to teaching and learning handwriting and keyboard skills to school children.
A CSU psychology student has gained wide recognition for her high academic achievement and personal dedication to her field of study.
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.
A CSU paediatric speech pathologist argues more resources rather than a new test is the key to helping Australian school children with difficulties in phonics and reading.
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.