This mother-of-two is making it her mission to bring back vital health services to regional areas by making a career change from teaching to Medicine.
Despite the pressure of maintaining a full-time job and isolation due to COVID-19 lockdowns, a Bachelor of Education graduate can hang her hat on pushing through this challenging time to complete her degree online.
Among the many teaching graduates at the Charles Sturt University graduation ceremonies in Bathurst this week, three overcame personal setbacks as well as the disruptions caused to all by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mother-of-five proudly attends rescheduled graduation ceremony in Bathurst as she celebrates her achievements, including completing her master's degree while homeschooling her children while caring for a premature newborn and working part-time.
Despite feeling directionless and not “smart enough” to be a dentist, one of Charles Sturt’s first rural First Nations students in the Bachelor of Dental Science is proving that grit and determination are all you need to pursue your dreams.
Growing up in a volatile, social housing estate in a single-parent family with siblings to care for was tough for a scholarship recipient from Dubbo. He recounts how those years helped him to succeed both personally and academically later on.
The former Riverina College of Advanced Education is not the only things celebrating 50 years in 2022. It has also been 50 years since the start of the Davis family, which is ingrained in Charles Sturt tradition.
Applications are open for another round of the Mid-Career Transition to Teaching Program. Two students currently enrolled from round one talk about their decision to change careers and the benefits of the program.
On World Social Work Day on Tuesday 15 March, two students and an academic from the Charles Sturt School of Social Work and Arts recount why they wanted to dedicate their lives to helping people.
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