The COVID-19 pandemic can't stop the Charles Sturt University Engineering program’s annual EngFest which will be a virtual event in 2020.
Third-year acting students in Wagga Wagga transfer their play to live Zoom performances to continue with the show in COVID-19 lockdowns.
“Students from a range of health courses have been supported, including nursing, paramedicine and allied health."
Charles Sturt partners with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning to offer webinars to inform and encourage all secondary students interested in STEM careers.
The information collected in the study will be used to improve strategic planning of parks in the Indigo Shire to provide better access and facilities for older people.
Charles Sturt academic Dr Belinda Cash will make a presentation as part of the Trans-Tasman Online Conference 2020 about how to care for older adults during a pandemic.
The Booranga Writers’ Centre in Wagga Wagga is pleased to present its first exclusively online poetry reading via a ZOOM meeting at 8pm on Thursday 14 May.
Charles Sturt University PhD candidate Mr Johnathan Hewis is inviting residents of the Mid North Coast to take part in a study which aims to better understand why people can become distressed during MRI scans.
Participants in AgriTech Incubator's sixth Pitch Nigh to present ideas online due to COVID-19 restrictions on gathering numbers.