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Cyber security gets a jolt in Panama Papers

Wednesday 6 Apr 2016

A CSU academic says the massive data breach known as 'The Panama Papers' detailing the use of offshore tax havens by the global elite  highlights its significance for our interconnected world.

Vale PK

Wednesday 23 Mar 2016

A leading CSU business and economics academic will be remembered for his generosity of spirit and time for his colleagues and friends at CSU, in Bathurst and around the world.

Combating extremist propaganda: research into information strategies

Thursday 18 Feb 2016

The Australian Department of Defence has awarded a grant to a CSU researcher to examine how extremist groups use different media to influence public perception.

CSU researcher named Fulbright Scholar

Wednesday 10 Feb 2016

Striving for a world where deafness is not a disability for learners is the pursuit of CSU researcher Dr Kate Crowe, who has secured a prestigious 2016 Fulbright Scholarship.

Keep calm, big school is coming

Monday 11 Jan 2016

Keeping the home environment stress-free and fun is one way parents can help their children prepare for starting school, according to a CSU transition to school expert.

First graduates for Wiradjuri language program

Monday 21 Dec 2015

There was a profound sense of achievement and pride as CSU's first 17 graduates in the Wiradjuri language, culture and heritage program received their awards during a ceremony in Wagga Wagga.

Leading by example in online education

Friday 18 Dec 2015

CSU will continue to cement its place as Australia's leading provider of online education next year with a new course dedicated to developing the next generation of online education leaders.

PhD changes lives in Central Australia

Wednesday 16 Dec 2015
A CSU PhD student will graduate today knowing her research has, and will continue to change the lives of Indigenous Australians.

Research and classrooms collide with new writing tool

Friday 6 Nov 2015

An online tool developed by researchers at CSU is helping teachers assess, monitor and report on their students' writing skills development.

Partnership to develop principals as contemporary leaders

Thursday 29 Oct 2015

A new partnership announced today between CSU and Principals Australia Institute (PAI) will offer school principals innovative and accessible professional learning opportunities.

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