Two Orange graduates from the class of 2020 share what it was like to attend their on-campus graduation ceremonies and celebrate the hard work and dedication that went into their degrees.
Two nursing graduates from Dubbo talk about finally being able to attend a graduation ceremony and the possibilities now available to them.
Two computer science graduates from Charles Sturt University’s class of 2020 are looking forward to taking the stage at their on-campus graduation ceremonies in Bathurst this week.
From the Olympics to the World Cup, journalist returns to award same scholarship that started her career
Elise Holman’s world changed forever when she received a scholarship in her second year of university. Today, she is helping select recipients for that same scholarship so it can change their lives too.
Charles Sturt staff and students pay tribute to nurses ahead of International Nurses Day after a horror 12 months for the healthcare industry.
Dr Kate Crowe shares how her biggest aspiration is that her research and work to support multilingual learners who are Deaf and hard of hearing is contributing to a change in the world where being deaf is a difference in ability, not a disability.
This year marks 50 years since the formal start of international efforts to protect the world’s wetlands, and although much has been achieved to conserve wetlands during this time, researchers at Charles Sturt say wetlands are still under threat.
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”
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