Australia needs to better secure its online world with improved cooperation between key players or we will suffer the consequences, says a group of cyber security experts from CSU.
Australia needs to significantly cut its carbon emissions now if it is keep pace with the most recent announcement from the United States, especially as climate change is proceeding faster than first thought, a CSU climate expert claims.
Charles Sturt University has been awarded $30 000 worth of scholarships by the Federal Government for students to undertake an internship or work placement in Hong Kong under the New Colombo Plan.
Over 5 000 students have enrolled in a Hacking Countermeasures short course to be run by Charles Sturt University (CSU) and industry partner IT Masters.
It was with a mix of excitement and nerves that a Charles Sturt University (CSU) teacher education student embarked on a two week journey into classrooms in the south western state of Kerala in India.
A new project is underway in South-East Asia to share Australia's knowledge and enthusiasm for protecting our borders from plant pests and diseases.
Mutual trust built between major fire events creates better communication between communities and fire management agencies, whereas mistrust creates active barriers according to an international study involving CSU that included major bushfire events in Victoria.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) scientists hope to lighten the workload of farming women in the tribal regions of North West Pakistan by introducing them to technology commonly used in Australian cattle herds.
Plans for an Australia-China free trade agreement and greater banking deregulation in China will benefit all Australians, says CSU economist Professor John Hicks.
CSU has received the first two specialist agriculture education practitioners from the University of Kentucky in a three-way partnership with The Scots School, Bathurst.