A former CSU Koori Teaching Fellow will receive an honorary doctorate at a graduation ceremony in Bathurst this week for his more than 40 years of teaching experience and research in the field of Aboriginal education.
Wiradyuri Elders in the Bathurst region have acknowledged the contribution of a CSU academic to Aboriginal education and culture.
Indigenous Australians of all ages are taking part in a three-day intensive pathways program at CSU this month.
Business excellence and leadership in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community will be celebrated throughout October during the second annual Indigenous Business Month.
An award-winning film by a CSU student will take centre stage at a new art exhibition about contemporary Wiradjuri and Ngiyampaa cultures.
CSU will next week launchThe Front Line, a powerful video that explores the Indigenous student journey first-hand.
A CSU ecologist will extend international knowledge about the impact of Indigenous burning on Australian mammals and its potential to restore heavily degraded ecosystems.
For much of his life Dr Yalmambirra didn't know he was Wiradjuri but the discovery led to a desire to understand more about his cultural heritage and eventually a PhD through CSU.
Extremely rewarding is how many people aspire to describe their careers. But a group of CSU dental science students have already realised such satisfaction in the final year of their degree.
A renowned CSU Indigenous education leader has received a further honour for her life-long work.