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.
Little more than a year after graduating, 22-year-old Charles Sturt University nursing alumna Ms Mairead Sheehy (pictured) has learned to adapt in a frontline clinical role at Bathurst Hospital in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic.