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CSU expert commends review of Data Retention Bill

Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015

A CSU intelligence and security expert has welcomed last week's parliamentary report into the proposed national Data Retention Bill.

Advice for distance students in western NSW

Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015

A CSU Outreach team adviser will visit Nyngan, Bourke and Cobar in western NSW in mid March to assist its distance education students to gain the most from their CSU experience.

Bali nine executions: politically and ethically complex

Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015

As two Australians on death row in Indonesia await their fate, CSU ethicist, Professor John Kleinig reflects on the political and ethical complexities surrounding the case.

New physiotherapy clinic opens for Albury community

Monday, 2 Mar 2015

CSU and Flex Out Physiotherapy will open a new physiotherapy clinic at CSU in Albury-Wodonga, boosting access to health services for local residents.

CSU advisers to visit five NSW towns

Monday, 2 Mar 2015

Advisers from CSU will visit Parkes, Cowra, Yass, Bowral, and Ulladulla in mid March to help distance education students get the most from their CSU experience.

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Mr Neil Barber from UnitingCare and CSU researcher Dr Annemaree LLoyd
Young refugees and learning

Friday, 27 Feb 2015

It's often said, "a picture tells a thousand words", and CSU research using digital photos has shed new light on the learning experiences of young refugees in regional Australia.

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