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Celebrate diversity on Australia Day

Friday, 23 Jan 2015
Our nation's diversity should be celebrated, according to award-winning sound designer and CSU academic Mr Damain Candusso, who's been named as the 2015 Australia Day ambassador for Wagga Wagga.

Why the religiously violent are convinced they are right

Thursday, 22 Jan 2015

The religiously violent often justify their worldly violence as part of a larger 'cosmic war' against Satan or another aggressive supreme evil being, says a CSU academic.

CSU offers open world of opportunity to students

Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015

Careers in nursing, education, paramedics, medical radiation and criminal justice have proved the more popular choices this year for students choosing to study with CSU.

Search for healthy answers in canola meal

Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015
The potential benefits to human health of canola meal extracts in the treatment of cancer and obesity are being explored by CSU research student, Ms Saira Hussain.

Reproductive mysteries of the dusky flathead

Monday, 19 Jan 2015
A CSU research student aims to help sustainably manage a popular angling fish species in Victoria.

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Search for healthy answers in canola meal

Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015 The potential benefits to human health of canola meal extracts in the treatment of cancer and obesity are being explored by CSU research student, Ms Saira Hussain.

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