A Charles Sturt University early childhood education expert asks where in the 2022 election campaign is the commitment to big investment and to big policy ideas that ensure free and accessible early childhood education for the long-term?
Charles Sturt University academic to launch a new book aimed at assisting students and professionals in the caring professions with morally complex situations.
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Charles Sturt University will play a lead role in a project fostering a new species of dung beetle to help transform 80 million tonnes of livestock dung into a financial benefit for Australian farmers.
An Equine Science graduate is already making waves in her chosen industry as she secures a prestigious new role with Thoroughbred Racing NT.
Charles Sturt University's new Rural and Regional Health Research Institute will work with communities to address the local burden of disease in lower socio-economic communities within rural, regional, and remote areas.
An Australia-wide survey by a Charles Sturt University researcher hopes to add to our understanding of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and its various forms in order to improve treatment and outcomes for those with the conditions.
Charles Sturt ranks in the top five per cent globally for sustainable practices out of more than 1,400 universities in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022.
Three Charles Sturt University agricultural studies students have been awarded 2022 AgriFutures Horizon Scholarships to advance their studies and careers.
Charles Sturt is calling for nominations for its 2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards program. Nominations are now open and close Friday 3 June.
Research investigating how climate change impacts people's ability to work outdoors could mean changes in working hours and conditions for athletes and those in the mining, farming and defence industries.
Six international students were among the first graduates of Charles Sturt University’s Graduate Certificate in Fish Conservation and Management at a graduation ceremony in Albury-Wodonga.
The Charles Sturt University Future Moves program celebrated an important milestone recently, welcoming the 100,000th student through the program.
A research report about what regional and rural consumers in north-west NSW understand about ‘smart technology’ was launched at Charles Sturt University in Dubbo today.
Charles Sturt University has signed an agreement with the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) to establish a Biosecurity Training Centre (BTC) to strengthen Australia’s biosecurity capability.
Charles Sturt University signs Memorandum of Understanding with NSW Wine Industry Association to advance the NSW wine and grape industries.
A Charles Sturt University cadet engineer has co-created a special mentoring program for young women aspiring to enter the engineering profession.
Charles Sturt will receive $14.8 million to go towards the establishment of a Rural Clinical School under the Rural Health and Medical Training program (RHMT).
The Gulbali Institute of Agriculture, Water and Environment was launched at Charles Sturt in Wagga Wagga, with an emphasis on growing research and embodying the Gulbali namesake of 'to understand country'.
Charles Sturt University is playing a part in supporting Red Cross Lifeblood regional blood donation efforts and new blood donor recruitment.
Calling all farmers on the Eyre Peninsula! A Charles Sturt PhD student is seeking participants for research investigating how to incorporate female perspectives into farm management.
Charles Sturt University is working closely with industry partner SunRice to develop a model to predict rice quality at harvest time.
Charles Sturt University welcomed a $7,620 donation from Regis Resources to support the new School of Rural Medicine
This mother-of-two is making it her mission to bring back vital health services to regional areas by making a career change from teaching to Medicine.
Despite the pressure of maintaining a full-time job and isolation due to COVID-19 lockdowns, a Bachelor of Education graduate can hang her hat on pushing through this challenging time to complete her degree online.
Among the many teaching graduates at the Charles Sturt University graduation ceremonies in Bathurst this week, three overcame personal setbacks as well as the disruptions caused to all by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mother-of-five proudly attends rescheduled graduation ceremony in Bathurst as she celebrates her achievements, including completing her master's degree while homeschooling her children while caring for a premature newborn and working part-time.
Despite feeling directionless and not “smart enough” to be a dentist, one of Charles Sturt’s first rural First Nations students in the Bachelor of Dental Science is proving that grit and determination are all you need to pursue your dreams.
Growing up in a volatile, social housing estate in a single-parent family with siblings to care for was tough for a scholarship recipient from Dubbo. He recounts how those years helped him to succeed both personally and academically later on.
The former Riverina College of Advanced Education is not the only things celebrating 50 years in 2022. It has also been 50 years since the start of the Davis family, which is ingrained in Charles Sturt tradition.
Applications are open for another round of the Mid-Career Transition to Teaching Program. Two students currently enrolled from round one talk about their decision to change careers and the benefits of the program.
On World Social Work Day on Tuesday 15 March, two students and an academic from the Charles Sturt School of Social Work and Arts recount why they wanted to dedicate their lives to helping people.
A Charles Sturt University nursing graduate from Port Macquarie celebrates her long-awaited graduation day, and recounts the courage it took, after realising her calling, to go back to university to study a second degree to pursue a different career.
A recent Charles Sturt University paramedicine graduate moved from London to study at the University’s campus in Bathurst because of the course’s strong reputation and recruitment connection to ambulance services throughout the United Kingdom.
A nursing professional from a small country town near Albury recounts her inspirational journey of how she ‘made it big’ at a major metropolitan hospital and was chosen as ‘the face’ of a popular television series.
The University Medal was awarded to only 32 December graduates and is the highest honour that a student can receive. Port Macquarie graduate Blake Johnson has been recognised for his outstanding academic achievement
You can take the girl out of the country, but she’ll bring back a medal and skills in sustainability
Ms Alex Watson-Deal was awarded the 2021 Agricultural Science Medal Prize. She hopes to apply her academic and practical skills to assist farmers with becoming more sustainable to adapt to the challenges associated with climate change.
A nursing graduate in Wagga Wagga left her hometown in Zimbabwe to start a new life, and new career, helping people in regional NSW.
In an era that has seen a ‘mass resignation’ in nursing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, four nursing experts from Charles Sturt University inspire future nurses with life lessons and insights that span 50 years in and alongside the profession.
Medical Radiation Science graduate Ms Olivia Ratcliffe has completed her studies with outstanding results and is determined to contribute to rural medical services after being forever grateful for the healthcare that saved her father’s life.
A Charles Sturt University environmental science graduate has been awarded a University Medal for her outstanding academic achievements.
A radiation therapy graduate has been inspired to stay close to home and contribute to the regional healthcare system as she celebrates graduating from Charles Sturt this month.
A fascination with how computers work has paid off for a first-in-family Charles Sturt University computing graduate who has been awarded a University Medal.
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On #IDAHOBIT, we will host a number of events that build on our actions and commitments in the LGBTIQA space. We hope these events bring people together and stand in solidarity with the LGBTIQA community.
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#CharlesSturtUni academic, Dr Graeme McLean will launch a new book at a free event aimed at assisting students and professionals in the caring professions when faced with morally complex scenarios.
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Dr Robert Lewis
SPECIALTY TOPICS: Voice and Movement Performance Training, Directing for theatre, Acting
Dr Robert Lewis is a Lecturer in Acting, and Course Director of Creative Industries.
Robert completed a BPA (UTAS), B Ed (RMIT) and Grad Dip Dramatic Art (Voice Studies) at NIDA, before completing his PhD on intercultural and physio-vocal performance training aesthetics at UTAS.
He is widely published on the subject of integrative practices and physiovocality, and his main areas of teaching at Charles Sturt University are voice, movement and acting for theatre.
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