Faculty awards to students studying business, justice and behavioural sciences

21 MAY 2019

Faculty awards to students studying business, justice and behavioural sciences

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.

  • Faculty awards and prizes celebrate students’ scholarly achievements
  • More than 400 students, guests and staff expected to attend ceremonies at Bathurst, Albury-Wodonga, Wagga Wagga

The Charles Sturt University Faculty of Business, Justice, and Behavioural Sciences will present the Faculty Prizes and the Executive Dean’s Awards to students with outstanding results across the 2018 academic year at three ceremonies to be held at the University in Bathurst, Wagga Wagga, and Albury-Wodonga in late May.

The awards and prizes celebrate the scholarly achievements of students in a range of disciplines across the several Schools that make up the Faculty.

The celebratory ceremonies will be at:

Bathurst: commencing at 10am on Wednesday 22 May at the Lecture Theatre, building 1292 room 223, Charles Sturt University, Panorama Avenue, Bathurst. Approximately 200 students, guests, and staff are expected to attend.

Albury-Wodonga: commencing at 2pm on Tuesday 28 May at CD Blake Lecture Theatre, building 751 room 104, Charles Sturt University, Elizabeth Mitchell Drive, Albury-Wodonga. Approximately 100 students, guests, and staff are expected to attend.

Wagga Wagga: commencing at 10 am on Wednesday 29 May at the Convention Centre (building 230) at Charles Sturt University, Boorooma Street, Wagga Wagga. Approximately 125 students, guests, and staff are expected to attend.

Media contact:

Bruce Andrews, 0418 669 362


Media Note:

To arrange interviews contact Bruce Andrews at Charles Sturt Media on mobile 0418 669 362 or news@csu.edu.au

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