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Eminent public health advocate appointed to Murray Darling Medical School

Tuesday 20 Jun 2017

CSU and La Trobe University have welcomed the appointment of Professor John Dwyer, AO, as Foundation Professor of Medicine and Surgery at the planned Murray Darling Medical School.

Trust in juries and courts in the Age of Terror

Wednesday 7 Jun 2017

A book co-edited and part-written by a CSU legal expert has addressed the complex challenges faced by courts in Western democracies trying terrorism cases.

CSU engineering course on international radar

Thursday 1 Jun 2017

Delegates representing leading US engineering courses are visiting CSU to see the quiet revolution taking place about how to educate engineers for the 21st century.

Reading together is fun and important

Monday 22 May 2017

Excitement grows in schools and households as children anticipate the 2017 annual national communal reading event on Wednesday 24 May.

Graphic design student wins new CSU scholarship

Monday 15 May 2017

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) student juggles family, community, work and travel commitments while studying graphic design through CSU online.

Education policy must embrace ‘the rural’

Thursday 11 May 2017

Award winning research by a CSU PhD graduate argues for the need to reposition 'the rural' in education policy and research.

Disappointment and optimism for Murray Darling Medical School

Tuesday 9 May 2017
The Vice-Chancellors of Charles Sturt and La Trobe universities are confident the Federal Government will look favourably on their proposal to address the growing shortage of doctors in regional Australia through the Murray Darling Medical School.

Book honours study of information, philosophy and culture

Monday 17 Apr 2017

An alumnus credits his information studies at CSU with enabling him to undertake more sophisticated research and co-edit a recently published book.

Study shows parents need to speak up for early speech intervention

Thursday 6 Apr 2017

New CSU research has found that parents were more likely to identify common speech disorders in young children than teachers.

CSU students mentor young refugees in regional NSW

Thursday 23 Mar 2017

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.

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