Education

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Leading judge to launch new CSU law centre

Sunday 21 Aug 2016

The official launch of CSU's Centre for Law and Justice on Thursday 25 August will bring a leading judge to regional NSW.

Early childhood support vital for at-risk families

Sunday 21 Aug 2016

Research by CSU has highlighted the importance of early childhood education and care for at-risk children and families.

New book sets record for CSU

Tuesday 16 Aug 2016

A newly-published scholarly book sets a CSU record for the academic team behind it.

Census insights into multilingual Australians

Monday 8 Aug 2016

CSU research into previous censuses has provided fresh insights into multilingual speakers' ability to participate in Australia where English is the main language.

So, you are sending your child to uni?

Sunday 7 Aug 2016

Parents are being urged to take an active interest in helping their children investigate university study.

Initiative delivers benefits for at-risk students and families

Thursday 4 Aug 2016

At-risk young people and their families benefit from a ground-breaking initiative across education, health and community service providers, according to recent CSU research.

Australia’s first and only carbon neutral university

Wednesday 27 Jul 2016

CSU has been declared Australia's first official carbon neutral university.

Pokémon GO a social event with touch of nostalgia

Sunday 17 Jul 2016

Pokémon GO has become a global phenomenon in days, addressing some previous shortcomings of online lifestyles, according to an IT expert at CSU.

Preparing academics for professional practice in an uncertain future

Wednesday 6 Jul 2016

A new book from CSU examines how the role and identity of universities are increasingly affected by current worldwide social trends towards globalisation, digitalisation, and an emphasis on individualism.

Migrants need support to learn English

Tuesday 5 Jul 2016

CSU research indicates that poor oral English skills and barriers to acquiring English language proficiency may profoundly disadvantage humanitarian migrants' ability to settle.

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