Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie will host a morning of activities to mark Reconciliation Week on Monday 27 May.
The Charles Sturt University Faculty of Business, Justice, and Behavioural Sciences will present prizes and awards to students with outstanding results in the 2018 academic year at three ceremonies to be held at the University in late May.
Charles Sturt Research Fellow Bernard Sullivan worked with Uncle Stan Grant and Aunty Flo Grant (and others) to create a body of resources on Wiradjuri language, and more. Watch how it all came together.
Perth author Dr Rashida Murphy this week began a two-week residency at the Charles Sturt University Booranga Writers’ Centre in Wagga Wagga.
The Charles Sturt University Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture is the venue for the annual Iftar dinner in Canberra on Tuesday 14 May as part of Ramadan.
Here, we are creating a world worth living in. And if you're part of the extended Charles Sturt University community, you can too.
New lecture series at Charles Sturt University in Dubbo to start on Saturday 18 May will examine how Indigenous peoples have made Australian cities liveable.
Two papers by Charles Sturt University academics presented at a recent world conference in New Zealand examine rise of abuse via social media directed at female athletes and the LGBTI community.
A forum to explore community perspectives on health and wellbeing for people from refugee backgrounds living in rural areas will be held in Wagga Wagga on Friday 17 May.
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