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.
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