A Charles Sturt University-led team of Australian researchers who have spent the past decade establishing ‘fish ladders’ across five South-East Asian countries in a bid to save the region’s fish recently received funding to expand their project.
Professor Susan Green has received a national award in recognition of the contributions she has made over her 20-year research career to the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Charles Sturt is offering 400 instalments of $5,000 through the Australian Government's Tertiary Access Payment program for potential students who meet the eligibility criteria.
Charles Sturt University researchers are calling on southern Australian beef producers to complete a short online survey as part of research examining the impact of bloat on the industry.
Students from Charles Sturt in Bathurst and studying online competed in IEEEXtreme Programming Competition
Charles Sturt has secured $12 million in federal government funding to support the expansion of its short course program, allowing 1,200 students to study online and build their qualifications.
Charles Sturt University's nursing teachers will play a pivotal role in a new Bachelor of Nursing course to be delivered in Taree.
Charles Sturt University has awarded a prestigious Postgraduate University Medal to a Canberra school teacher who health professionals thought would never make it to a mainstream school.
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