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Flower power prunes pests

Tuesday 23 Feb 2016

An international scientific collaboration led by CSU has found flowers around rice crops can have a dramatic impact on pest control.

CSU researcher named Fulbright Scholar

Wednesday 10 Feb 2016

Striving for a world where deafness is not a disability for learners is the pursuit of CSU researcher Dr Kate Crowe, who has secured a prestigious 2016 Fulbright Scholarship.

CSU vet science student looks to animal welfare in Fiji

Tuesday 2 Feb 2016

The first international student in the veterinary science program at CSU has passed the half-way mark with ambitious plans to return to Fiji on graduation to improve the health and welfare of small and large animals.

CSU expands relationship with Korean university

Thursday 3 Sep 2015

CSU has signed two agreements with Soongsil University in Korea to expand mutual study and exchange opportunities for their students and staff.

Thai adventure for nursing students

Wednesday 29 Jul 2015

Working in mobile health clinics in remote mountain villages was just part of the adventure for a group of CSU nursing students and their lecturer during a recent trip to Thailand.

CSU student champions international students in Australia

Thursday 16 Jul 2015

A  CSU postgraduate student has been elected to the executive of a national body representing international students in Australia.

Research preparations help save harmless sharks

Monday 27 Oct 2014

A CSU student has helped save harmless sharks from a 'ghost net' off the NSW South Coast while preparing for an underwater research project.

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.

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