The Illuminate:nextgen Challenge is a five-day intensive program wherein high school students work in teams to develop a business idea for a set challenge relevant to their region.
Charles Sturt Bachelor of Animal Science (Honours) student Ms Sabrina Meurs examined the impact of grain processing on the performance of mixed-sex crossbred lambs in feedlot.
A Charles Sturt University research group has produced a brochure − Land and Learning in the Shadow of Wahluu − that maps the layers of natural history and development of the University’s site in Bathurst.
Charles Sturt partnered with the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Albury and District Historical Society and La Trobe University to create 'Exploration Series - Living with the Hume Dam, 1919-2019'.
Charles Sturt lecturer Dr Sam Bowker recently completed a lecturing tour across the United States where he discussed his new co-authored book on Egyptian appliqué craft.
Prospective students at Charles Sturt in Wagga Wagga to participate in the Indigenous Access Program to get a taste of university life and learn about support services available to Indigenous students.
Charles Sturt alumna Ms Louise Carey mentors recent Charles Sturt graduate Miss Naomi Hornsby and gives her first full-time scientist job with NSW Health Pathology.
Exercise scientists from the ‘Active Living Longer’ program at Charles Sturt University will host a catered social information evening in Bathurst for people aged over 50 who are interested in maintaining and enhancing their health.
Charles Sturt University has been named a finalist in the International Green Gown Awards after winning the ‘Continuous Improvement: Institutional Change’ category at the Australasian round of the Awards.