Equine academics from Charles Sturt will contribute to an online international conference discussing strategies to improve horse quality of life.
Free webinar on Thursday 21 October brings together expert panel to explore solutions on improving access to vaccines for people living with mental illness
Thanks to the support of Charles Sturt University the newest branch of the Royal Society of New South Wales is gearing up to host a public lecture exploring the topic of rising authoritarianism and waning democracy.
The annual Sprung Festival at Charles Sturt University this week was developed by students under COVID-19 restrictions, with four productions presented online from Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 October.
Charles Sturt PhD student a contender in Virtual Asia-Pacific 3MT Semi-Final Showcase for his research on trauma and first responder wellbeing.
Researchers at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst seek volunteers to assist a project they have initiated to help arrest the decline of pollinators across Australia which is endangering biodiversity, crop yields and the food supply.
University's Vice-Chancellor and President Renee Leon will be a guest speaker at the Regional Universities Network Conference (RUN21) on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 September.
A Charles Sturt University online presentation will review the development of a performance called The Thief of Stars which was staged at The Curious Rabbit in Wagga this year.
A Charles Sturt University webinar will examine ideas about the Crown, race, culture and religion, and what these ideas mean for Australians.
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