An innovative new study will use social media and interviews to explore approaches to shark management in populated coastal areas.
CSU students have won an unprecedented 11th annual national marketing communications competition.
Selected personnel from one of the nation's leading media organisations last week completed the final phase of a specially-tailored course at CSU in Bathurst.
For the seventh consecutive year two CSU student teams have been selected as finalists in the national 'Big Idea 'marketing communications competition.
CSU will next week launchThe Front Line, a powerful video that explores the Indigenous student journey first-hand.
CSU television production students will benefit from scholarships donated by a leading international TV equipment engineering company.
CSU journalism students have created what is believed to be the first-ever interactive electoral map in Australia that visually reveals the marginal status of each electorate.
A unique two-day forum for CSU television production students and television companies starts today in Wagga Wagga.
CSU journalism students are part of Australia's largest newsroom, reporting on the 2016 federal election campaign through the UniPollWatch project.
A CSU PhD graduate's research found that how corporate leaders communicate can significantly affect an organisation's reputation, share price, and more.