A Charles Sturt University graduate tells of how her experience spending time in hospital and an overwhelming desire to help people across the globe sent her on a career path that has earned her the University’s top honour as a Postgraduate Medal winner.
Australia’s iconic native animal, the koala, has alarmingly gone from a species ‘under no threat’ to ‘vulnerable’ to ‘endangered’ within a decade.
As Wattle Day is celebrated across Australia on Friday 1 September, a Charles Sturt University environmental scientist champions wattles’ many benefits and reflects on her own efforts and tribulations in restoring a healthy landscape.
A Charles Sturt University graduate making significant contributions to strengthening border management and enforcement in Papua New Guinea and overseas has been recognised as highly commended in Charles Sturt’s Alumni Awards.
A champion of mental health awareness with ties to the Australian Federal Police has been recognised for his strength and leadership.
Three female members of Charles Sturt's Elite Athlete and Performer Program talk of how the Matildas have bolstered women's sport and what needs to be done across the industry to get it on a level playing field to the men's competitions.
From the dance studio to the great outdoors, ballerina Ms Valerie Tereshchenko has proven it’s never too late to try something new.
A former Bathurst resident and Charles Sturt University alumna with an outstanding academic career has been acknowledged in the University’s annual Foundation Day Alumni Awards.
A Charles Sturt University alumnus with over 20 years’ experience in leadership, business, cybersecurity and IT positions has been acknowledged in the University’s annual Foundation Day Alumni Awards.