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ABC cuts – doing more with less

Tuesday, 25 Nov 2014

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.

Indigenous teen girls experience CSU

Tuesday, 25 Nov 2014
Aboriginal girls from Albury, Wagga, and north-east Victoria will spend two days at CSU in Albury-Wodonga in a new program to give the teenagers first-hand experience of higher education.

National awards to horticulture students

Monday, 24 Nov 2014

A horticulture student from CSU has won a prestigious international travel scholarship.

Nursing profession focus of new clinical school

Friday, 21 Nov 2014

A new clinical school for nursing and midwifery students in southern NSW is being hailed as the first of its kind in the state.

CSU welcomes $6.9m water monitoring projects

Thursday, 20 Nov 2014

CSU Vice Chancellor Professor Andrew Vann has welcomed the University's leadership of two of the seven projects that are the focus of the Commonwealth's $30 million Long Term Intervention Monitoring Program.

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Photo Australian Treasurer The Hon Joe Hockey ahead of the G20. G20 Australia
New research: G20’s global impact

Friday, 14 Nov 2014

As leaders arrive in Brisbane for the G20 summit, CSU research has cast a dim light on the environmental impact of the world leading economies.

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