Charles Sturt University joins other organisations in support of the Agribusiness Today forum that will be held over 8 and 9 August in Cowra.
The research aims to understand producer knowledge of and attitudes towards parasites in cattle.
Starting on Tuesday 6 August four buildings will be demolished to accommodate the Academic and Research Hub at Charles Sturt in Orange
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.
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 the final round of the Charles Sturt University Community-University Partnership Grants Program are open until Friday 9 August.
Charles Sturt University to open its doors on six campuses during the return of Open Days.
Charles Sturt University researchers are seeking participants for a study to determine community attitudes to different approaches to managing sharks.
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 University is playing a leading role in research to protect and enhance agricultural soil in Australia.