After deciding to follow his passion and switching his university degree just weeks before he was due to start his studies, Mr Kamin Gock, a recent Charles Sturt journalism graduate, took home the New Journalist award at this year’s WA Media Awards.
To mark National Agriculture Day on Friday 20 November, four Charles Sturt University researchers from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation reveal why primary industries inspires them.
To mark World Radiography Day, three academics from Charles Sturt University reflect on the profession and the important role radiographers and radiation therapists are continuing to play during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Charles Sturt and Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation PhD student discusses her experiences working on dairy farms in Pakistan ahead of International Day of Rural Women on Thursday 15 October.
Ahead of World Teachers’ Day (Monday 5 October), career-changer Mr Ian Mitchell shares the interesting year he had finding his feet in his new career as a high school teacher and as a student in Charles Sturt University’s Master of Education course.
“Not since the work of James Joyce has any one person so creatively explored layers upon layers of dimensional linguistic meaning as the writer/artist Mez Breeze.” (Séamas Cain, 2012 International Congress of Irish Studies.)
Ahead of World Physiotherapy Day, Daniel Searle shares how the most challenging experience of his life – losing the majority of his vision at 16 years old – led him to forge a career as a health professional and find great passion in helping others.
At the start of Adult Learners Week (Tuesday 1 to Tuesday 8 September) an octogenarian studying theology reflects on his career as chaplain in the military, police force, and in far-flung small communities from the Shetland Islands to Dunedoo.
Veterinary student Ms Caitlin Hancock's family property was devastated by bushfire but she has been able to continue her studies as her family rebuilds thanks to a Charles Sturt Bushfire Scholarship.