Charles Sturt University has established a new recruitment pathway for paramedic graduates with East Midlands Ambulance Service in the United Kingdom, and cohorts of paramedic students and graduates are embracing the opportunity to work there.
The Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery (IPROWD) program is a practical social justice partnership that reflects the spirit and intent of United Nations World Day of Social Justice on Thursday 20 February.
Professor John McDonald to join Charles Sturt faculty in March as new Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Education, based in Wagga Wagga.
Charles Sturt Senior Lecturer volunteers at Wandandian Kangaroo and Wallaby Sanctuary to help injured and burnt animals after bushfires on NSW south coast.
Charles Sturt PhD student Mr Adam Poulsen has co-authored a new article on LGBTIQA+ exclusion in the development and use of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI).
A Charles Sturt University photography student’s series of photos taken in North Korea in 2019 has won a national photography competition.
Call for entries for the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture 2020 Spiritus Short Film Prize
Adjunct Professor Max Finlayson co-authors paper with Mr Jason Alexandra from RMIT on how floods affect waterways after bushfires and what the government should be doing to protect the resources now.
Agriculture and Water Resources Standing Committee to visit Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga to tour facilities and discuss the University's contribution to growing the agriculture industry to $100 billion by 2030.
Charles Sturt in Bathurst is hosting 25 prospective students this week for a five-day program designed to help Indigenous students prepare to study at university.