Charles Sturt today welcomed the first Biosecurity Training Centre trainees to its Wagga Wagga campus.
Research by a Charles Sturt University student is helping to define arboreal lizard populations in the Riverina flood plain and test the usefulness of artificial materials for them to shelter under.
Charles Sturt University has already received more applications in Rounds One and Two of the Charles Sturt Advantage 2022 program, than from all three rounds in 2021!
Researchers from Charles Sturt University, University of South Australia and Charles Darwin University have published the Learning from Leeton’ report.
Producers from southern NSW will be able to hear from Charles Sturt researchers and industry experts at the Gulbali Institute Livestock Forum in July.
Charles Sturt University paramedicine students and First Nations mental health students recently participated in training scenarios as part of their preparation for work in communities throughout Australia.
A Charles Sturt University PhD student seeks people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in the Bathurst region to assist her research into the impact of exercise on IBD with the aim to improve treatment and outcomes.
An app previously launched by Charles Sturt to alert beef producers about cases of bloat in southern NSW is now available for Android users.
Charles Sturt University library and media academics are concerned that the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) plan to cut archivist and librarian positions will damage Australia’s cultural heritage.
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