Education students from CSU in Dubbo will become the first pre-service teachers from an Australian university to complete the Healthy Culture Healthy Country Program this week.
A new book by a CSU academic explores contemporary Australian Indigenous health policy.
Scholarships designed to support Indigenous participation in higher education have been awarded to six motivated CSU students.
A CSU student has been awarded the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) Loris Williams Scholarship for his commitment to Indigenous issues in libraries and archives, in particular Indigenous intellectual property.
The lengthy contribution of a Wiradjuri Elder to strengthen Indigenous higher education by empowering students will be recognised with a national award at a ceremony in Melbourne today Wednesday 24 June.
Indigenous students studying business online with CSU recently received academic achievement awards at a residential school in Bathurst.
The personal journey of an Indigenous man as a senior Australian Army chaplain will be the focus of an annual public lecture held in Canberra in memory of Wiradjuri Elder Pastor Cec Grant OAM, or Wungamaa.
The Specialist Integrated Community Engagement program at CSU has won praise from the Griffith Aboriginal Medical Service and from a graduate who now works there.
Cultural understanding and respect were key to providing better mental health support to Aboriginal people and communities, and the employment of highly trained Aboriginal mental health workers should be central to the state's response, said the NSW Mental Health Commissioner, Mr John Feneley, on Friday 5 December.
CSU and Wiradjuri Elders are this week celebrating the success of a new course designed to revitalise the Wiradjuri language, culture and heritage.