Nursing alumnus’s impact spans three continents
A University nursing alumnus has received a Distinguished Alumni Award for his service to health care across three continents.
eDNA research aims to protect Manning River Turtle
A Charles Sturt University early career environmental researcher aims to help save endangered turtle species by developing environmental DNA (eDNA) sampling methods that can be used by citizen scientists, not just trained researchers.
Distance no barrier for international alumna
Charles Sturt University has recognised one of its international alumni for her service to her community through the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
US work experience expands prospects for Charles Sturt paramedicine students
Charles Sturt University paramedicine students enjoyed ‘the trip of a lifetime’ when they recently completed work placement in the USA, where they participated in a variety of patient presentations not typically attended by paramedics in Australia.
First Nations mother of three children with disabilities honoured with Charles Sturt award
Ms Elizabeth Wall was awarded a Charles Sturt Alumni of the Year – Indigenous Alumni Award 2022 for her passion for community outreach and support, which has driven her extensive contribution to disability and Indigenous advocacy in regional NSW.
Preacher to outlaw: Notorious bushranger provides insights into country’s religious history
A Charles Sturt academic’s research has revealed how an infamous Australian bushranger’s journey from a preacher to a life of violent crime can provide insight into people’s actions and the religious history of Australia.
Passions become careers as graduates already making an impact
The graduates from Charles Sturt University vary in degree, background and skillset but they are all bonded by the common desire to give back to their professions and communities.
Border region benefits from research by environmental science PhD graduate
A love for the outdoors and being around animals led a Charles Sturt University PhD graduate and University Medal winner to aim to enhance the ecological health of the Border region environment and its rural communities.
PhD graduate and former soldier investigates ethics in the Defence Force
A PhD graduate is using her 30-plus years in the Defence and as an educator to conduct research on why ethics training is not only needed, but essential, in the Australian Army.
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