Update, Tuesday 2 June 2020: Charles Sturt University response to COVID-19
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Charles Sturt has awarded $27,000 in funding to a study that will investigate whether risk factors associated with suicide increased among older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new book co-authored by a Charles Sturt University academic provides insights from some of the legends of New Zealand netball, which can be applied in other sports and in people’s daily lives.
Applications are open for the Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program, which focuses on students' soft skills to give them early entry into university.
Charles Sturt University research assessed a range of measures implemented by governments to control the COVID-19 pandemic to evaluate their value in containing the situation, and determine what works best?
A Charles Sturt University research project will examine threats by jihadists and Right Wing extremists that capitalise on community uncertainty to drive their own agendas and goals at the cost of human lives.
Professor Juanita Sherwood is Charles Sturt University’s new Pro Vice-Chancellor of Indigenous Engagement
Despite the disruptions of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, hundreds of Charles Sturt University students and staff have continued to donate much-need blood to Australian Red Cross Lifeblood.
Charles Sturt University will present ‘Formula One – the Highs and Lows’, a free ZOOM public lecture on Tuesday 9 June by Professor Richard Hopkins who led the Red Bull F1 motor racing team to multiple grand prix victories between 2007 to 2015.
Charles Sturt academic receive funding to investigate how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the delivery of maths and science education to primary school students.
A Charles Sturt University research project will examine mobile phone ‘contact tracing’ apps worldwide to strengthen the fight against COVID-19 and similar future pandemics.
Charles Sturt University research explores: Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia, how effective are the various federal and state government policy measures including lockdown, social distancing, and travel bans?
Dr Brendon Hyndman has teamed up with scholars from around the world to form the Global Recess Alliance, which has issued a statement urging schools globally to prioritise recess time as they reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charles Sturt has been awarded $1 million by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to lead a three-year program to train animal health workers in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu and Fiji.
Behind the scenes of the COVID-19 pandemic computer scientists and mathematicians at Charles Sturt University are working to expeditiously solve complex problems in healthcare.
Charles Sturt academic assists with international survey of horse owners to determine how the COVID-19 pandemic effected them and their animals.
A Charles Sturt University-funded research project will analyse epidemiological surveillance data in order to develop an optimal strategy to efficiently control COVID-19-type outbreaks in NSW.
Charles Sturt University has announced 14 graduate certificate courses will be offered at a significantly reduced cost to eligible workers impacted by COVID-19.
Research funded by Charles Sturt University aims to provide a voice for rural and regional people about their experience and perceptions of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on them.
Charles Sturt reflects on its role educating nurses and midwives and thanks those in the health profession ensuring our residents stay safe and healthy ahead of International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.
Little more than a year after graduating, 22-year-old Charles Sturt University nursing alumna Ms Mairead Sheehy (pictured) has learned to adapt in a frontline clinical role at Bathurst Hospital in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charles Sturt alumnus Mr Steven Hinks has had a 20-year career in the Australian tourism industry and is now working in regional NSW, in the town that he graduated in, in one of his most diverse roles yet.
To mark World Turtle Day on Saturday 23 May, Charles Sturt University student Mr Ben Mills is sharing the results of his flatback sea turtle research project and shining a spotlight on the risks facing turtles.
Charles Sturt staff and students contributing to their communities through volunteer work are among many that are celebrated in National Volunteer Week.
Charles Sturt University alumna Ms Micharne Cloughley tells how studying at Charles Sturt gave her the skills and confidence to pursue a career that's taken her to a popular television series in New York City.
Charles Sturt University emergency management student Ian Hunt has played an important role in Ambulance Victoria’s COVID-19 response.
To celebrate this Saturday’s World Veterinary Day, Charles Sturt University is sharing the story of one veterinary graduate who went above and beyond to help injured pets and wildlife affected by the recent NSW south coast bushfires.
Graduates from the Graduate Diploma of Mammography are forging interesting careers saving lives across the country.
Three theology experts from Charles Sturt University reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected religion, faith and worship and how religious groups are adapting to the disruption and changes of COVID-19.
“The course has been collaboratively designed with community-based organisations and the mental health sectors specifically for Indigenous students."
Charles Sturt University has supported and assisted three Wiradyuri Elders from Bathurst to contribute to the recently-opened colonial exhibition at the historic Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney.
Professor Tanveer Zia's personal motivation behind creating opportunities for women in cyber security starts at home.
Charles Sturt PhD student Ms Julia Gouot's lifelong passion and inspiration for winemaking is recounted in the second episode of the 'Have You Met?' digital series.
Four creative industries students from Charles Sturt University, who have their sights set on careers in the entertainment industry, share how they could not pass up the opportunity to work backstage at one of Sir Elton John’s recent concerts.
Emily Toshack is just one creative industries graduate from Charles Sturt who quickly secured full-time employment after graduating. Today, she is making her way in an industry she always loved but never expected to work in.
Charles Sturt University theology experts reflect on challenges facing modern day religious denominations and organisations.
The findings of research by a recent Charles Sturt University PhD graduate could have a direct and significant impact on the effectiveness of drug courts in Australia.
Multi-faceted PhD research at Charles Sturt University explored whether current pre-service education programs adequately prepare graduates for practice.
Dr Grace Munns is one of the 46 dental students who, on Thursday 12 December, graduated from Charles Sturt University ready to kick start a rewarding career in dentistry.
Three high performing students who will each be awarded a University Medal, the highest honour the University Council can confer on graduates, discuss their time at Charles Sturt and what this prestigious award means to them.
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We are taking necessary steps in regard to #COVID19, implementing a phased return plan. In line with advice from the Department of Health, we will return gradually from 9 June through to 13 November. More information is available at
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She completed her PhD in 2018 at La Trobe University, completing a multi method project that critically explored the impacts of policy, practice and wider sociological changes on the experiences of spousal caregivers in rural areas.
Belinda’s teaching and research areas span mental health, ageing, social policy, rural service provision and informal caregiving.
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