Charles Sturt’s Acting Vice-Chancellor discusses some of the opportunities that lie ahead for the higher education sector and predicts more and more universities will steer towards some largely unexplored avenues of collaboration and diversification.
Charles Sturt scholarship recipient Ms Isabella Jacobson is ready to start her new job as an English teacher, shaping young minds in Bathurst.
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A Charles Sturt University-led team of Australian researchers who have spent the past decade establishing ‘fish ladders’ across five South-East Asian countries in a bid to save the region’s fish recently received funding to expand their project.
Professor Susan Green has received a national award in recognition of the contributions she has made over her 20-year research career to the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Charles Sturt is offering 400 instalments of $5,000 through the Australian Government's Tertiary Access Payment program for potential students who meet the eligibility criteria.
Charles Sturt University researchers are calling on southern Australian beef producers to complete a short online survey as part of research examining the impact of bloat on the industry.
Students from Charles Sturt in Bathurst and studying online competed in IEEEXtreme Programming Competition
Charles Sturt has secured $12 million in federal government funding to support the expansion of its short course program, allowing 1,200 students to study online and build their qualifications.
Charles Sturt University's nursing teachers will play a pivotal role in a new Bachelor of Nursing course to be delivered in Taree.
Charles Sturt University has awarded a prestigious Postgraduate University Medal to a Canberra school teacher who health professionals thought would never make it to a mainstream school.
Charles Sturt research identifies fish substitution in commercial and online vendors and considers the impact of fish-borne parasites.
Signing of a new strategic partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment and Charles Sturt University.
Thousands of PhDs and doctorates are completed in Australia each year, but rarely by a 71 year-old with a disability.
Charles Sturt University research and an online survey by a collaborative team aims to support the development of campaigns to increase road user knowledge, safety and support for bicyclists.
Three Charles Sturt University pharmacy alumni received awards at the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia ACT Excellence Awards for their work helping the community during the bushfires and COVID-19.
A Charles Sturt University social science undergraduate who lives in Byron Bay in northern NSW will begin her career on a high after being awarded a University Medal for her scholarship.
Charles Sturt University and Royal Far West have co-authored “The Impact of Bushfire on the Wellbeing of Children Living in Rural and Remote Australia: A Rapid Review”, investigating mental health and development of children impacted by bushfire.
The first physiotherapy student cohort strained at Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie, comprised of 42 students, have graduated from their four-year degree.
A team from Charles Sturt University are helping NDIS disability support services around Australia to transition to a new COVID-impacted world.
A Charles Sturt University postgraduate student from Kathmandu, Nepal, whose research helps predict the onset of Type 2 diabetes has been awarded a University Medal.
Charles Sturt University has received an industry award for a new postgraduate policing and security intelligence analysis course.
Charles Sturt University would like to congratulate the close to 6,000 students graduating at the end of 2020, and looks forward to conferring next and final round of December graduates on Wednesday 23 December.
A Charles Sturt alumna, whose business was one of Australia’s first to be certified against some of the highest standards in the world for social and environmental responsibility, has won the University’s Alumnus of the Year – Professional Achievement Award.
Charles Sturt University graduate reflects on what sparked her interest in science and intention to use knowledge to “give back”
“To be truthful I’m still a little overwhelmed to receive the University Medal, but I’m very proud of what it signifies,” said Mr Dale White, a Charles Sturt University information technology (IT) graduate awarded an Undergraduate University Medal.
Social Science graduate was encouraged by her family and lecturers to finish her degree to be an inspiration to her six children.
Analytical skills, work ethic and passion for intelligence well in excess of her years earned a Charles Sturt University graduate a top award from the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO).
A University Medal has been awarded to a Charles Sturt University paramedicine postgraduate from Melbourne who now lives London and works as a Hazardous Area Response Team paramedic with the London Ambulance Service National Health Service Trust.
A Canadian who studied a master’s degree online with Charles Sturt University – all while working with the United Nations to assist managing natural disasters around the world – has been recognised as an outstanding alumnus of the University.
Winona Graham has always been driven to succeed academically, and now not only has she graduated from Charles Sturt with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), she’s also received a University Medal for her outstanding academic achievements.
After deciding to follow his passion and switching his university degree just weeks before he was due to start his studies, Mr Kamin Gock, a recent Charles Sturt journalism graduate, took home the New Journalist award at this year’s WA Media Awards.
To mark National Agriculture Day on Friday 20 November, four Charles Sturt University researchers from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation reveal why primary industries inspires them.
To mark World Radiography Day, three academics from Charles Sturt University reflect on the profession and the important role radiographers and radiation therapists are continuing to play during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Charles Sturt and Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation PhD student discusses her experiences working on dairy farms in Pakistan ahead of International Day of Rural Women on Thursday 15 October.
Ahead of World Teachers’ Day (Monday 5 October), career-changer Mr Ian Mitchell shares the interesting year he had finding his feet in his new career as a high school teacher and as a student in Charles Sturt University’s Master of Education course.
“Not since the work of James Joyce has any one person so creatively explored layers upon layers of dimensional linguistic meaning as the writer/artist Mez Breeze.” (Séamas Cain, 2012 International Congress of Irish Studies.)
Ahead of World Physiotherapy Day, Daniel Searle shares how the most challenging experience of his life – losing the majority of his vision at 16 years old – led him to forge a career as a health professional and find great passion in helping others.
At the start of Adult Learners Week (Tuesday 1 to Tuesday 8 September) an octogenarian studying theology reflects on his career as chaplain in the military, police force, and in far-flung small communities from the Shetland Islands to Dunedoo.
Veterinary student Ms Caitlin Hancock's family property was devastated by bushfire but she has been able to continue her studies as her family rebuilds thanks to a Charles Sturt Bushfire Scholarship.
With National Skills Week (Monday 24 to Sunday 30 August) in full swing, Charles Sturt is sharing the story of a student who chose to pursue tertiary education to strengthen the skills and knowledge she gained from TAFE and working in the industry.
Charles Sturt pharmacy alumna and small business extraordinaire Ms Jenna Cormack discusses how her passion for pharmacy, business and all things creative helped to lead the store she co-owns to win the NSW Priceline Pharmacy of the Year award.
It was a tragic end to 2019 for Charles Sturt student Mr Liam Mowbray but securing a scholarship has ensured he can continue his studies in the wake of the bushfires.
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Professor Stan Grant, the Vice-Chancellors Chair of Australian-Indigenous Belonging, writes in his latest article for @abcnews that January 26 is a reminder that Australia still hasnt reckoned with its original sin.
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In brief: Isabella Jacobson grew up in Cowra. A scholarship recipient and recent graduate, she has now secured employment as an English teacher in Bathurst. Read more about her journey: bit.ly/2KKixBX
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Associate Professor David Smith
SPECIALTY TOPICS: Education and teaching, Teacher education, Online learning, Online assessment, Learning design, Learning and education technologies
David is a learning technologist with a PhD in the field of eLearning from Newcastle University in Australia.
He has developed a broad expertise in education through his work in schools and universities, and in recent years has specialised in the fields of learning pedagogy and technology.
David has worked on the design, development and delivery of educational programs for education authorities in Australia and Europe, and continues to conduct extensive research into the effective implementation of eLearning strategies in the education sector.
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