Charles Sturt University’s inaugural ‘policy lab’, in partnership with the Central NSW Joint Organisation, has assessed the quality of regional local government and its contribution to Australian democracy.
An initial assessment of soil carbon levels will be included as a data layer on a dashboard being created for attendees at the Digital AgriFood Summit on October 11-12 at Wagga Wagga
Two Charles Sturt University environmental science students recently enjoyed the privilege of attending Government House in Sydney for the third and final Ideas@theHouse guest lecture for 2023.
First-year students in Albury-Wodonga have taken a different approach to learning, using body painting to learn about anatomy.
Upgrades to Charles Sturt's feedlot facility in Wagga Wagga will allow for a fully automated, undercover facility that will allow for testing and demonstrations of new technologies to create innovative solutions for the feedlot industry.
Charles Sturt University in Dubbo is loud and proud in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer community (LGBTIQA+), returning as a regional partner for the Queer Screen Film Festival – Best of the Fest.
Charles Sturt University in Bathurst recently hosted a study visit by three Japanese nursing students and an academic from Tokyo Ariake University (TAU) of Medical and Health Sciences.
A Dubbo school has received a Charles Sturt University 2023 Community University Partnerships (CUP) Grant to boost its science resources.
Students studying a Bachelor of Social Work at Charles Sturt University had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the first ever intensive learning program held in Canberra.
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