A Charles Sturt University Bushfire Scholarship has been awarded to an accounting student who twice had to evacuate from Mid North Coast bushfires and sleep in his car with his two dogs
Charles Sturt joins the rest of the nation to say #thanksambos as two Charles Sturt alumni reflect on how their lives as paramedics have been affected while working during a pandemic in London.
As healthcare workers, the prime objective of pharmacists is to look after and protect our community, and it has been particularly challenging during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Charles Sturt pharmacy graduate Mr Tim Denham.
A Charles Sturt University information technology graduate and now Manager of the Bathurst Vulnerability Centre says that since developing her career in cyber security there is no such thing as a typical day or week.
Changing career from policing to teaching sees a Charles Sturt University student awarded a Bathurst Teachers’ College Alumni Scholarship.
A young Bathurst performer who enjoys all types of entertainment and seeing people doing what they love hopes to travel overseas to start a professional entertainment career.
When winemakers Nadja and Steve first met at Charles Sturt University in 2008, they never knew that a few years later they would become a couple, co-own a vineyard, and create their very own brand of wine.
For most new graduates, the first few months in a new job can be challenging; and Ed Smith - who shares how he is finding his feet as a first-year teacher during the COVID-19 pandemic – is no exception.
Ahead of World Refugee Day on Saturday 20 June, Charles Sturt University graduate and current employee Mrs Yangi Uchalla hopes we soon live in a society where diversity is acknowledged and celebrated.
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