A symposium in Wagga Wagga will explore the implications of climate change for the physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing of regional workers.
‘God is in the world for good’ was the title and theme of the ecumenical sermon delivered by a leading Charles Sturt University theologian at the recent ecumenical service to open the 47th Parliament of Australia.
Charles Sturt University will present the findings of a research project into biodiversity in the Manning River catchment Birpai County for National Science Week, 2022.
More than 170 Year 9 students from Central West high schools will participate in a Future Directions Day organised by the Future Moves program Charles Sturt University in Bathurst on Thursday 11 August.
Charles Sturt University gives hope and happiness to sick kids and their families through a $1,000 grant to an arts and craft activity day in Wagga Wagga.
Charles Sturt School of Dentistry and Medical Sciences students have rolled out a pilot program in Orange recently to help counteract alarming child tooth decay rates.
An update by Vice-Chancellor Professor Renée Leon on the University's response to COVID-19.
A Charles Sturt University joint initiative seeks public input to explore ways to design the future of Sydney’s food system.
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