Charles Sturt scholarship recipient looks forward to practicing medicine in her local community. Staying connected throughout her degree will assist in meeting the health care needs of regional NSW
Charles Sturt University graduate Ms Lauren Bohane aspires to a career as a foreign correspondent, but she had no idea what she wanted to do once she finished high school until her father suggested journalism.
Medicine student Ms Elizabeth Smith has travelled the country as a nurse, in the Army Reserve and as a performer. Now she is focusing on her Medicine degree to help bridge the gap in healthcare for rural women.
Charles Sturt University second-year paramedicine student Mr Tom Parker grew up inspired by his paramedic father and his nurse mother, and the testing times of COVID-19 haven’t dampened his enthusiasm for his chosen career.
When it comes to their diet, what can a koala bear? A Charles Sturt honours student highlights her research on these furry creatures during Save the Koala Month.
Research by Charles Sturt University paramedicine honours student Ms Heulwen Spencer has highlighted the challenges paramedics face in rural and regional areas regardless of the increasing pressure from the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Animal Science student is complementing her studies by volunteering with WIRES. She is encouraging others to donate their time during National Student Volunteer Week.
A Charles Sturt University paramedicine honours student hopes her research will improve the lives of people in regional and rural areas.
Three engineering cadets are already getting a taste of their chosen industry as they embark on their first placement, just 18 months into their Charles Sturt degree.
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