Libraries are a key to prisoner reform in Philippines
A Charles Sturt academic was recently in Manila to launch a program that is aiming to reduce sentence times and jail congestion through the use of libraries in 13 prisons in the Philippines.
Webinar to showcase global expertise on intersectionality, diversity and inclusion
The webinar ‘Diversity & Inclusive Leadership: Doing Business Differently’ will be held on Thursday March 30 at 5pm AEST online and will run for approximately two hours.
Young people’s responses to climate disasters – a research art project in Bega Valley
A Charles Sturt University research project is working with young people in the Bega Valley region on the NSW south coast to produce art that responds to climate disasters such as the bushfires of 2019-20.
Become a doctor while staying close to the country! Free, online information night
The Charles Sturt University School of Rural Medicine is hosting its free, annual online information session on Wednesday 29 March for those considering becoming a doctor.
University’s innovations and research on display during parliamentarians’ visit to Wagga Wagga
The University hosted parliamentarians in Wagga Wagga this week, including National Party leader David Littleproud, as they toured the University's facilities to see research and innovations first-hand.
The Alchemist’s Jar connects Wagga Wagga’s creative and performing arts
What will you find in The Alchemist’s Jar? It’s a story long forgotten, which is about to be reintroduced at the Charles Sturt University Riverina Playhouse in Wagga Wagga.
It’s time for the annual Charles Sturt Engineering Rube Goldberg Machine
Commencing first-year student civil engineers at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst are hard at work on their first engineering task - to construct and run a giant Rube Goldberg Machine.
Second-in-state English student stays in regional NSW to chase higher education dreams
A Wagga Wagga girl that came second in the state in English in her HSC has chosen to stay close to home in regional NSW to pursue her higher education dreams of becoming a teacher.
Free webinar offers agricultural industry professional development opportunity
Charles Sturt University and industry partners are hosting a free professional development event about the future of technology and data innovations in Australian farming.
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