Charles Sturt partners with CWA Uranquinty Evening Branch, with funding from Wagga Wagga City Council, to provide STEM education to regional school students.
Charles Sturt University will offer two free online public lectures on Thursday 10 September for people working in, or interested in, the human services industry.
Charles Sturt University researchers are inviting residents from four regional NSW communities to take part in a study investigating the connection between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare.
As part of Social Sciences Week (Monday 7 to 13 September), a Charles Sturt University researcher will present a webinar on Wednesday 9 September to foster more successful outcomes and success among researchers and communities in regional Australia.
The Charles Sturt Faculty of Science Higher Degree Research and Honours Symposium will be held via ZOOM from Thursday 26 August to Friday 4 September.
Charles Sturt academic to present findings from study on inclusive playground in Port Macquarie as part of Social Sciences Week event.
Bathurst-based not-for-profit organisation Active Living Longer (ALLong) has found opportunity in times of crisis to support active ageing across Australia by applying a Charles Sturt Community-University Partnership (CUP) grant to online servicing.
Charles Sturt academic part of presentation for Social Sciences Week on Beechworth Lunatic Asylum and how its history is still relevant to the community.
Dr Jen Bond and Dr Alexandra Knight will host a webinar on Tuesday 8 September that will explore the controversial discussions surrounding invasive species management and the contribution social sciences can make to environmental management.