Update, Friday 21 February 2020: Charles Sturt University response to COVID-19
Delegates from Innovate UK to visit Charles Sturt University in Wagga to strengthen global partnerships in the agri-tech sector.
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Charles Sturt University has established a new recruitment pathway for paramedic graduates with East Midlands Ambulance Service in the United Kingdom, and cohorts of paramedic students and graduates are embracing the opportunity to work there.
The Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery (IPROWD) program is a practical social justice partnership that reflects the spirit and intent of United Nations World Day of Social Justice on Thursday 20 February.
Professor John McDonald to join Charles Sturt faculty in March as new Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Education, based in Wagga Wagga.
Charles Sturt PhD student Mr Adam Poulsen has co-authored a new article on LGBTIQA+ exclusion in the development and use of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI).
Charles Sturt Senior Lecturer volunteers at Wandandian Kangaroo and Wallaby Sanctuary to help injured and burnt animals after bushfires on NSW south coast.
A Charles Sturt University photography student’s series of photos taken in North Korea in 2019 has won a national photography competition.
Call for entries for the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture 2020 Spiritus Short Film Prize
Adjunct Professor Max Finlayson co-authors paper with Mr Jason Alexandra from RMIT on how floods affect waterways after bushfires and what the government should be doing to protect the resources now.
Agriculture and Water Resources Standing Committee to visit Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga to tour facilities and discuss the University's contribution to growing the agriculture industry to $100 billion by 2030.
Charles Sturt in Bathurst is hosting 25 prospective students this week for a five-day program designed to help Indigenous students prepare to study at university.
The findings and recommendations of the expert panel will play a crucial role in determining the federal government’s allocation of its initial $50 million in funding to counteract the ecological disaster
Returning Charles Sturt students and scholarship recipients encourage others to apply for scholarships before the main round closes on Wednesday February 5.
The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre is working with grower groups to make wine from samples of grapes from vineyards exposed to smoke.
Associate Professor Geoff Burrows has discovered the seed coat of Australian wattles has two functions: firstly, to sense when a fire has occurred, and secondly, to determine when enough rain has fallen to allow for successful regeneration.
Dr Geoffrey Currie was conferred a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) on Australia Day for significant services to nuclear medicine and medical radiation sciences.
Current and commencing students are encouraged to apply for a range of scholarships in Charles Sturt's main round of scholarship offerings before the Wednesday 5 February deadline.
Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan said his article on treaties to protect Maori health outcomes, which was published in cultural studies journal Ethnicities, could have ideas that can be used for potential treaties in Australia.
Charles Sturt University's updated Graduate Learning Outcomes aim to ensure that by 2024, all undergraduate students will be able to demonstrate sustainable practice applicable to their course and career.
Charles Sturt will continue to support students, staff and the wider community during the country’s bushfire emergency and have provisions in place to increase this support as it is needed.
Graduating students encourage others to apply for scholarships at Charles Sturt before the first round closes on Tuesday 14 January.
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.
Since graduating from Charles Sturt, Dr Elle Moyle has established herself as a young leader in the veterinary and farming industries and is now a finalist in one of Australia’s and New Zealand’s most iconic agricultural awards.
Professor David Watson and Dr Maggie Watson’s paper ‘Post-Anthropocene conservation’ explores the possibilities of life on earth after human extinction, and considers how we can prioritise our actions to maximise life after we are gone.
A new book by a Charles Sturt University author about the 1980s shearers’ ‘wide comb dispute’ offers a classic case study about attitudes towards technological change.
Outstanding teaching and research by a lecturer at the Charles Sturt University Study Centre in Sydney has advanced the relatively new field of ‘mixed reality’ surgery.
Miss Elizabeth Rehling has always wanted to work in film and television, and today the Charles Sturt student studying sound design is forging a promising career in the industry and has won a national award from the Australian Screen Sound Guild.
Charles Sturt alumna Mrs Jo Palmer pays tribute to rural women ahead of International Day of Rural Women on 15 October.
In celebration of World Teachers’ Day on Saturday 5 October, Charles Sturt is sharing the story of two of our teaching graduates who are passionate about their job and the difference they make in the lives of their students.
Two animal and veterinary sciences students from Charles Sturt share their experiences trekking across the Simpson Desert to care for pack camels.
Emma Aldrich always knew a career in rural healthcare was in her future, and now the high-performing Charles Sturt nursing student, who was recently selected to attend a national nursing conference, is more excited than ever to work in the field.
Dr Lee Baumgartner has spent his career researching and protecting the world’s fish and says the NSW Government’s new $10 million plan to combat our state’s ‘fish Armageddon’ is a last resort, but the tactics within the plan have worked in the past.
Staff members celebrate three decades at Charles Sturt the same year the University celebrates its 30th birthday.
As Charles Sturt University celebrates its 30th anniversary, a handful of staff at the University in Bathurst and Wagga Wagga are also celebrating three decades or more with the institution.
Dr Belinda Cash has dedicated her academic and professional life to investigating the issues around the health of older adults in rural communities, with a focus on the supports that are available to those who choose to stay in rural communities.
Charles Sturt alumni, television screenwriter Kaneana May is publishing her first novel, a behind the scenes look at reality television called “The One.”
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