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Charles Sturt University supports Agribusiness Today forum

Tuesday, 6 Aug 2019

Charles Sturt University joins other organisations in support of the Agribusiness Today forum that will be held over 8 and 9 August in Cowra.

Beef producers needed to complete researcher’s survey about parasites

Monday, 5 Aug 2019
The research aims to understand producer knowledge of and attitudes towards parasites in cattle.

Charles Sturt’s Joint Program in Medicine a step closer as demolition works start

Monday, 5 Aug 2019
Starting on Tuesday 6 August four buildings will be demolished to accommodate the Academic and Research Hub at Charles Sturt in Orange

Co-creation workshops aimed at tailoring Charles Sturt courses to community and industry needs

Friday, 2 Aug 2019
Charles Sturt’s co-creation process aims to identify the skills, knowledge and attitudes required by employers and align the University’s courses to meet those needs.

Charles Sturt’s health research partner program wins award

Thursday, 1 Aug 2019
A Charles Sturt University research project which was undertaken with the Murrumbidgee Local Health District and Albury Wodonga Health was a winner at a recent awards ceremony in Wagga Wagga.

Applications for $65,000 in Community-University Partnership grants close soon

Monday, 29 Jul 2019

Applications for the final round of the Charles Sturt University Community-University Partnership Grants Program are open until Friday 9 August.

Charles Sturt Open Days to return after more than a decade

Friday, 26 Jul 2019
Charles Sturt University to open its doors on six campuses during the return of Open Days.

Researchers seek participants for shark conservation and management

Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt University researchers are seeking participants for a study to determine community attitudes to different approaches to managing sharks.

Currawong’s plight draws Charles Sturt researchers to Lord Howe Island

Tuesday, 23 Jul 2019

A team of Charles Sturt University researchers are in the final stages of a years-long stint on Lord Howe Island collecting data for a study on one of the World Heritage-listed site’s threatened bird species.

Charles Sturt research vital for national soil improvement

Tuesday, 23 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt University is playing a leading role in research to protect and enhance agricultural soil in Australia.

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