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Graduation celebration in Sydney

Friday 26 Aug 2016

CSU will celebrate the achievements of more than 650 graduates at ceremonies in Sydney next week.

Reading for fun develops an essential life skill

Thursday 25 Aug 2016

A CSU lecturer has published a book she hopes will help address poor literacy by encouraging the enjoyment of reading at a young age.

Rural doctor shortages to get worse without international recruitment

Wednesday 24 Aug 2016
Plans to stop recruiting doctors from overseas will worsen rural doctor shortages, according to Mr Mark Burdack, Executive Director of the Murray Darling Medical School initiative.

CSU ecologists join call for renewed Alpine brumby cull

Wednesday 24 Aug 2016

Three CSU ecologists have joined a national group of scientists calling for rapid and humane control of feral horses, or brumbies, in Kosciuszko National Park.

CSU partners on national 'Respect. Now. Always.' student survey

Wednesday 24 Aug 2016

CSU will partner with other universities across Australia in a ground-breaking national student survey on sexual assault and harassment.

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Brumbies in Alps
CSU ecologists join call for renewed Alpine brumby cull

Wednesday, 24 Aug 2016

Three CSU ecologists have joined a national group of scientists calling for rapid and humane control of feral horses, or brumbies, in Kosciuszko National Park.

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