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Putting some SpICE into local schools

Wednesday 1 Oct 2014

CSU students are using their work with local schools to encourage school students to dream big and broaden their educational goals.

Senate Inquiry highlights Australians’ communication needs

Monday 15 Sep 2014

Academics from CSU have been prominent among submissions to a Senate Inquiry into the adequacy and projected needs for speech pathology services in Australia.

Global citizenship and skills for allied health students

Thursday 4 Sep 2014

A program designed to give allied health students at CSU experience in a Vietnamese orphanage for children with disabilities will be recognised for its outstanding contribution to quality of student learning.

Helping satisfy growing community needs

Wednesday 25 Jun 2014

Small communities in southern NSW in need of specialist services are getting relief through the expertise of CSU students and the innovative SpICE partnership program.

Peer support for rural counsellors

Monday 26 May 2014

CSU research has shown the value of professional peer support and networking for counsellors and therapists working in rural and remote areas.

A rural and regional backdrop to healthy ageing

Sunday 25 May 2014

Healthy ageing in rural and regional Australia is the focus of a workshop being organised by Charles Sturt University (CSU) as part of its 2014 Explorations Series.

Will the Budget be balanced?

Monday 12 May 2014

With the federal Budget due to be handed down by Treasurer the Hon. Joe Hockey, MP in Canberra on Tuesday 13 May, CSU has a number of economics experts available for comment.

CSU health facilities open for partners

Sunday 4 May 2014

CSU is seeking to enhance rural and regional health services by forming partnerships with health care providers who would operate from state-of-the-art community health clinics in Albury-Wodonga and Bathurst.

Researching health needs of young LGBTIQ

Monday 31 Mar 2014

The experiences of young LGBTIQ people in finding suitable health and mental health services are the subject of a new study being undertaken by headspace Wagga Wagga and CSU.

Western work placement inspires

Tuesday 18 Mar 2014

National Close the Gap Day will hold extra meaning for Charles Sturt University (CSU) graduate Ms Nicola Williams after her experience helping young Aboriginal people in Western NSW.

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