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Top CSU psychology student looks to serve rural communities

Friday 17 Feb 2017

A CSU psychology student has gained wide recognition for her high academic achievement and personal dedication to her field of study.

CSU expert: Climate change action needed now

Friday 10 Feb 2017

The latest heatwave in south eastern Australia points to the need for comprehensive government policies and action on climate change, says a CSU expert.

Positive outlook of young carers in regional Australia

Wednesday 1 Feb 2017

Young people in rural and remote Australia who care for a family member with an illness or disability often develop strong family loyalty and connections and a sense of being 'better' people, according to new CSU research.

A professional dilemma: nurses participation in legal executions

Monday 30 Jan 2017

The participation of nurses in legal executions is a dilemma for the profession and a CSU academic believes we shouldn't shy away from debating the issue.

City home owners place higher values on healthy rivers

Wednesday 25 Jan 2017

Many city people enjoy living near healthy, natural rivers, but real estate valuers, town planners and economists find it difficult to place an economic value on this desire.

Trump inauguration – a future of profound uncertainty

Wednesday 18 Jan 2017

As the eyes of the world turn to Washington DC for the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump, political science and history academics at CSU have expressed their reservations.

CSU research probes historic Justice Murphy ‘The Age Tapes’ documents

Tuesday 17 Jan 2017

A CSU research student hopes to unravel findings in 30-year old embargoed documents surrounding scandals involving former High Court Justice Lionel Murphy.

Valuing people’s well-being as benefits and costs

Monday 16 Jan 2017

Accurately valuing the social benefits and costs of community changes has proven elusive for policy and economic decision makers until a CSU research project.

Why are our most vulnerable children turning to crime?

Wednesday 11 Jan 2017

CSU researchers have been awarded a national grant to investigate why the Australian welfare and justice systems are turning some of the most vulnerable children into criminals.

Ministers’ questionable travel entitlements – any end in sight?

Tuesday 10 Jan 2017

A CSU academic says alleged misuse of parliamentary travel entitlements by Ministers needs prompt and decisive action by the Prime Minister.

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