Emily Toshack is just one creative industries graduate from Charles Sturt who quickly secured full-time employment after graduating. Today, she is making her way in an industry she always loved but never expected to work in.
Charles Sturt University theology experts reflect on challenges facing modern day religious denominations and organisations.
The findings of research by a recent Charles Sturt University PhD graduate could have a direct and significant impact on the effectiveness of drug courts in Australia.
Multi-faceted PhD research at Charles Sturt University explored whether current pre-service education programs adequately prepare graduates for practice.
Dr Grace Munns is one of the 46 dental students who, on Thursday 12 December, graduated from Charles Sturt University ready to kick start a rewarding career in dentistry.
Three high performing students who will each be awarded a University Medal, the highest honour the University Council can confer on graduates, discuss their time at Charles Sturt and what this prestigious award means to them.
Since graduating from Charles Sturt, Dr Elle Moyle has established herself as a young leader in the veterinary and farming industries and is now a finalist in one of Australia’s and New Zealand’s most iconic agricultural awards.
Professor David Watson and Dr Maggie Watson’s paper ‘Post-Anthropocene conservation’ explores the possibilities of life on earth after human extinction, and considers how we can prioritise our actions to maximise life after we are gone.
A new book by a Charles Sturt University author about the 1980s shearers’ ‘wide comb dispute’ offers a classic case study about attitudes towards technological change.
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