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CSU assists fire-affected students

Tuesday 22 Oct 2013
Due to the current fire emergencies in many areas of Australia's eastern states, Charles Sturt University (CSU) is ensuring that affected students and their families receive the University's sympathy and support.

The secret of learning to spell

Friday 27 Sep 2013
If the thought of standing in front of the class in the weekly spelling bee still sends shivers down your spine, CSU research might offer some comfort.

Looking through the tv camera lens

Tuesday 17 Sep 2013
They are on the front-line of human tragedy, crime and violence in their daily coverage of events for television news. Now new research underway at CSU will explore how Australian television news camera operators - both in regional and metropolitan areas - cope with on-going exposure to the rigours of their work.

The Hustle across regional NSW

Monday 9 Sep 2013
Inspired by the reality television series, The Amazing Race, two CSU students will present their own version in a 48-hour race this month from Wagga Wagga to Bathurst for prizes worth $500.

CSU puts students in charge of learning

Thursday 29 Aug 2013
Charles Sturt University (CSU) students will be even better organised when it comes to assignments, with a dynamic, personalised, and mobile assessment calendar at their fingertips.

Valuable experience for TV production students

Monday 5 Aug 2013
It has become a right of passage for CSU television production students as they test their learning in the 'real' world. For five days in July, five staff and 62 students from the Bachelor of Stage & Screen (Television Production) program at CSU in Wagga Wagga attended the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers Conference and Exhibition in Sydney.

Community placements for CSU paramedic students

Monday 24 Jun 2013
CSU Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) students will soon be getting hands-on experience in a range of new settings thanks to a pilot program at CSU in Port Macquarie.

CSU launches law enforcement and security journal

Thursday 13 Jun 2013
Public safety, security, law enforcement, and disaster preparedness will be in the spotlight with the launch of a new journal published by the CSU Faculty of Arts.

Self-education cap risks cyber-security

Wednesday 12 Jun 2013
Australia will be at a greater risk of cybercrime and cyber-terror because of a recent federal government decision to cap tax-deductions for self-education expenses, according to a CSU expert.

Wagga residents back CSU medical school proposal

Thursday 28 Mar 2013
CSU's announcement it would build a campus of its proposed medical school in Wagga Wagga has prompted an enthusiastic response from residents.

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