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.
Care for older Indigenous Australians, along with education and recruitment for aged care workers are the key issues CSU academic Dr Maree Bernoth wants a federal parliamentary inquiry to consider.
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.
The annual 2015 Nguluway conference for Indigenous staff at Charles Sturt University will be held in Bathurst on Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 November.
A CSU academic is calling for greater support and recognition of Indigenous businesses during Australia's inaugural Indigenous Business Month, this October.
CSU research has found effective marketing, networking and adaptability to market changes are the keys for success of Indigenous business.