The 10th year of the revised radio course at CSU has been celebrated by 100 per cent of graduates in 2015 gaining jobs in the radio and media industries.
More than 80 journalists and journalism educators and researchers will gather at CSU in Bathurst next week to examine the state of the discipline and the profession.
Despite programming and staffing changes at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Fairfax Media in regional NSW, the new media landscape will continue to employ digitally-adept journalism graduates.
A Charles Sturt University academic says journalism graduates are still getting jobs despite staff cut-backs and evolving changes to the media industry.
Excited, anxious, exhilarated, overwhelmed, privileged, honoured, and accomplished. That's how CSU students describe the experience of competing in and winning the annual national inter-university marketing communications competition.
Two CSU teams have been announced as finalists in the annual 2015 International Advertising Association 'Big Idea' national student marketing communications competition.
Two recent CSU graduates have won national radio industry awards.
A documentary film by a CSU graduate was recently shortlisted as a finalist for the 2015 NSW Premier's History Awards.
CSU and Southern Cross Austereo have called for applications from regional young people looking for assistance with study and entering the radio industry.
A CSU alumnus has received two major Australian journalism awards.