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CSU researcher joins great Talents

Thursday 9 Oct 2014

A senior CSU researcher has been recognised among some of the world's top research talent during a recent visit to China.

NSW award for international student

Tuesday 16 Sep 2014

CSU student Ms Saba Nabi can't stop smiling - and for good reason. The postgraduate pharmacy student was named a winner last night at the 2014 NSW International Student Awards.

Japanese interest in eucalypts and bushfires

Tuesday 9 Sep 2014

A CSU botanist is continuing to share his insights into the survival secrets of the eucalypts during bushfires – this time to a Japanese audience.

Global citizenship and skills for allied health students

Friday 5 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.

Nursing in rural India

Monday 1 Sep 2014

A work placement in rural India has given a CSU nursing student a unique opportunity to reflect on how health care in a developing nation compares to practice in Australia.

Indian Police renews training deal with CSU

Monday 11 Aug 2014

CSU has been selected to deliver the prestigious Mid Career Training Program for the Indian Police Service from 2014 to 2017.

World meat prospects positive, but challenging

Tuesday 5 Aug 2014

A CSU expert in Australia's meat livestock industry believes prospects for global meat production are positive, but national government policies, future profitability and climate change pose challenges.

A place to study and call home

Wednesday 2 Jul 2014

On arrival in Australia, animal scientist Mr Jacob Kuusu was described as an ambassador for Nigeria but he is now also a firm advocate for Charles Sturt University (CSU).

Comparing carbon policies: CSU expert

Friday 27 Jun 2014

A strange alliance has reignited the carbon pricing debate in Australia, and led to clear differences in policies to reduce the national production of greenhouse gases.

History does not support extremists

Wednesday 18 Jun 2014

The extreme Sunni Islamic group ISIS – Islamic State in Iraq and Syria – is not supported by history as it claims to set up a fundamentalist Islamic state, and this has implications for Australia, say two CSU academics.

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