Outstanding teaching and research by a lecturer at the Charles Sturt University Study Centre in Sydney has advanced the relatively new field of ‘mixed reality’ surgery.
Miss Elizabeth Rehling has always wanted to work in film and television, and today the Charles Sturt student studying sound design is forging a promising career in the industry and has won a national award from the Australian Screen Sound Guild.
Charles Sturt alumna Mrs Jo Palmer pays tribute to rural women ahead of International Day of Rural Women on 15 October.
In celebration of World Teachers’ Day on Saturday 5 October, Charles Sturt is sharing the story of two of our teaching graduates who are passionate about their job and the difference they make in the lives of their students.
Two animal and veterinary sciences students from Charles Sturt share their experiences trekking across the Simpson Desert to care for pack camels.
Emma Aldrich always knew a career in rural healthcare was in her future, and now the high-performing Charles Sturt nursing student, who was recently selected to attend a national nursing conference, is more excited than ever to work in the field.
Dr Lee Baumgartner has spent his career researching and protecting the world’s fish and says the NSW Government’s new $10 million plan to combat our state’s ‘fish Armageddon’ is a last resort, but the tactics within the plan have worked in the past.
Staff members celebrate three decades at Charles Sturt the same year the University celebrates its 30th birthday.
As Charles Sturt University celebrates its 30th anniversary, a handful of staff at the University in Bathurst and Wagga Wagga are also celebrating three decades or more with the institution.