Macadamia trees are under siege from a native parasite, the mistletoe, and a CSU expert in mistletoes was asked to provide advice on its control in commercial orchards.
The 2019 CSU Community-University Partnership (CUP) Grants Program worth a total of $125,000 across two rounds will soon open for applications.
While land wildlife such as elephants, rhinos and tigers regularly capture global attention the upcoming World Wildlife Day this Sunday 3 March reminds us that life below the world’s oceans make a vital contribution to sustainable development.
Aspiring journalists can still apply to enrol at CSU in 2019, and apply for Commonwealth Government regional journalism scholarships.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) Senior Lecturer in Anatomy and Physiology, Faculty of Science, Dr Kelly Linden has recently been selected to receive a Citation as part of the 2018 Australian Award for University Teaching (AAUT).
Research at CSU has found that exercising in the evening will not ruin sleep and might even reduce appetite.
CSU has been awarded an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation from the Commonwealth Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) expert aims to raise awareness of the risk to human health from parasites in seafood and call for better diagnostic testing, at an international conference of pathologists this weekend.
A group of Pakistani water management and technical experts is visiting CSU in Albury-Wodonga to investigate the local water management techniques adapted for southern Australia’s dry climate.