Charles Sturt University (CSU) Strategic Adviser Fiona Nash has settled into the Dubbo region for the long term.
Thirty-four country students across rural NSW have been awarded a total of $81,000 in scholarships through the CSU Three Rivers-Country Education Foundation of Australia Grant Scheme.
The role will lead a new Student Safety and Wellbeing team and implement a best practice approach to stamping out sexual assault.
Sowing date and irrigation timing are crucial to maximise the yield and water productivity of faba beans, according to research from the CSU Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation.
A CSU academic has won a major award from a leading global information technology (IT) company.
Dr Sarah Verdon is a dynamic early childhood researcher and speech pathologist at CSU who is passionate about creating equitable opportunities for supporting the communication development of children around the world.
NWGIC research funded by Wine Australia aims to determine thresholds for bunch rot contamination.
Research through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is providing information for livestock producers to make the most of grazing beef cattle on canola crops.
A CSU social work academic has conceptualised and guided the development and publication of a new international journal of social work with a focus on the Asia-Pacific.
It’s 30 years since Charles Sturt University (CSU) was founded in 1989 and a series of informal celebratory events are being held for former and current staff across its regional campuses.