Charles Sturt will release a new video on Monday 25 November to mark the official start of this year's 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign.
Second-year nursing students return from Cambodia where they educated people living in remote villages and visited a hospital to learn international practices.
A new Charles Sturt University degree in geospatial science will equip graduates with numerous career options.
Charles Sturt will contribute $30,000 towards the newly-created Charles Sturt Bushfire Scholarship fund and will also match every dollar donated to the fund by members of the public to create even more scholarships.
The scholarships range in value from one-off payments of $3000 to assist with the costs associated with studying through to covering 100 per cent of a student’s tuition fees.
The 2019 Islamophobia in Australia report suggests that hate incidents are not just a problem for Muslims, but will need national engagement if Australia is to maintain social cohesion and live up to its multicultural legacy.
Charles Sturt student elected by public vote to present at Asia Pacific’s largest agrifood tech event
Charles Sturt student Miss Angela Hughes will be the youngest presenter at AgriFutures Australia’s evokeAG. 2020 event.
Charles Sturt University is collaborating with Lockhart Shire Council and The Rock Progress Association to develop an astronomical observatory on Crown land at The Rock, near Wagga Wagga.
Marketing-communications students at Charles Sturt University have won their 13th national championship in the annual International Advertising Association ‘Big Idea’ competition.
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