A CSU advertising graduate has become an industry star this week by winning a coveted international award at Cannes, France.
CSU academics have welcomed news that a journalism alumnus has been appointed as editor of the online news service The Guardian US.
A researcher from Malaysia will visit CSU in Bathurst today to discuss plans for joint research into human-wildlife coexistence.
A CSU academic has welcomed the resignation yesterday of the President of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), and says reform of the organisation is necessary and overdue.
A CSU alumnus is among a select group of journalist to be offered a 2016 Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University.
A comedy that debuted to sold-out audiences at the CSU 2014 Sprung Festival of Creativity in Bathurst will have a season at the 2015 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
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A top-ranked public relations graduate at the CSU Faculty of Arts graduation ceremony in Bathurst today is the recipient of a prize from an enthusiastic alumnus.
A CSU academic argues that the federal government's 'efficiency dividend' cuts to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the Special Broadcasting Service are an attempt to silence or curtail opposition voices in a democracy.
The cuts to programs and staff at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation announced yesterday will significantly impact staff and audiences, but could advantage CSU journalism graduates.