Media & Communication

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SPRUNG Festival nominated as Australia’s Favourite Event

Wednesday 15 Oct 2014

The 2013 SPRUNG Festival of theatrical performances at CSU in Bathurst is among the nominees for Australia's Favourite Event.

OLT citation for CSU advertising lecturer

Tuesday 23 Sep 2014

A lecturer responsible for teaching the CSU advertising degree was acknowledged by the federal government's Office of Learning and Teaching citation awards on Tuesday 16 September.

CSU alumni among Australian TV heavyweights

Tuesday 2 Sep 2014

Several CSU alumni were recently named in a Sydney Morning Herald list of the 75 most influential people in the Australian television industry.

Sky News scholarship renamed in tribute

Monday 28 Jul 2014

One of three Charles Sturt University (CSU) Foundation scholarships offered by Sky News will be renamed in honour of the late Mr Ian Cook, a leading news director and mentor of young journalists.

Creating the sound of Lego

Monday 31 Mar 2014

The worldwide success of The LEGO Movie, opening in Australia this week, is great news for budding film-makers, according to CSU academic Mr Damian Candusso.

Journalism students to experience India

Monday 11 Nov 2013
Fourteen CSU journalism students will travel to the city of Rishikesh, in the state of Uttarakhand in northern India, in mid-November to take part in a three-week international 'experiential learning' program.

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.

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