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Putting sustainable tourism on the map in Myanmar

Friday 10 Aug 2018

A CSU academic is helping put sustainable tourism on the map in Myanmar by educating tourism students about the importance of sustainability in the country’s rapidly growing tourism sector.

Children’s rights in play research

Friday 6 Jul 2018

A CSU education researcher has developed a framework that allows researchers to study with children about play while recognising their rights to refuse to participate under international convention.

‘VietSpeech’ project to deliver for Australia

Wednesday 27 Jun 2018

Following Refugee Week 2018 last week, researchers at CSU seek Vietnamese-Australians aged 18 and over to participate in a study that examines their use of Vietnamese and English while living in Australia.

CSU to host Improving University Teaching Conference

Monday 25 Jun 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is proud to be hosting the 43rd annual Improving University Teaching (IUT) Conference at CSU in Port Macquarie.

This is the first time the conference has been held in Australia, and outside a metro location.

NWGIC a role to play in new wine research

Friday 8 Jun 2018

The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre in Wagga Wagga is set to play a key role in a research centre to build the sustainability and competitive edge of the Australian wine industry.

CSU enhances its postgraduate teaching and education courses

Monday 4 Jun 2018

CSU is taking its postgraduate teaching and education courses to new heights as a result of comprehensive recent reviews across the suite of courses.

US Fulbright scholarship opens eyes and ears for CSU researcher

Friday 25 May 2018

A CSU researcher has taken her research into deafness and communication to new heights through the Fulbright Scholarship program.

Some do, some don’t: Women succeeding in ‘macho’ trades

Friday 4 May 2018

A lack of skilled workers in traditionally male-dominated trades has become a major problem in regional NSW, and a team of CSU researchers is investigating how women can help address the problem.

CSU sports education student to represent Australia in Russia

Wednesday 11 Apr 2018

Russia beckons a CSU education and sports leader student as Australia’s representative at an international forum.

Early teacher-child relationships vital to a child’s ability to effectively communicate in life

Tuesday 10 Apr 2018

A CSU study has shown that close, less-conflicted relationships with teachers may provide a supportive context for later language and literacy development and other aspects of children’s social-emotional adjustment at school.

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