Charles Sturt University academics are supporting Bathurst Early Learning Support (BELS) and other groups to present professional development opportunities for early childhood educators across the Bathurst region.
Seventeen universities are meeting to develop a community engagement framework.
A leading Australian legal expert will deliver a free public lecture at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst on Sunday 2 February.
Charles Sturt lecturer and PhD student Mrs Natalie Thompson receives NCW NSW Australia Day Award, which recognises and encourages women in higher education.
Mr James McKechnie said he is looking forward connecting the University with people and organisations to enhance its already important standing in the Dubbo community.
The 21.3 tonnes of CO2e emissions saved during Charles Sturt's trial waste recycling service in Albury-Wodonga is the equivalent of taking five small cars off the road for a year.
Charles Sturt's Girls in Cyber Security Advancing project comes third in the Community Engagement Initiative of the Year category at the Triple E Awards.
The ‘Use Your Outside Voice!’ exhibition will be on at the Port Macquarie Library from Thursday 16 to Friday 31 January and will feature a collection of stories created by local Charles Sturt and high school students.
Charles Sturt student Mr Bhargav Shekhda is looking forward to forging a promising career in the IT industry once he graduates with a Master of Information Technology (Network Security).