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Dubbo region welcomes health professional students

Thursday, 4 Apr 2019

The CSU Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health, and Dubbo Regional Council are co-hosting an evening welcome to health professional students in a range of disciplines in Dubbo and the surrounding areas on Tuesday 9 April.

CSU and Royal Far West to launch Project Catalyst with $19.7m in federal funding

Wednesday, 3 Apr 2019
Charles Sturt University and Royal Far West set to receive $19.7m in funding in support of a National Paediatric Telecare Service

CSU and WSU set to receive $18m in joint funding for medical research institute

Wednesday, 3 Apr 2019
The Institute is a crucial link between regional medical school and delivery of health solutions for regional communities

Wanted: New mothers for MumMoodBooster research

Tuesday, 2 Apr 2019

Women living in rural and remote locations who from suffer postnatal depression face considerable difficulty in accessing support for this debilitating condition, according to researchers from Murrumbidgee Local Health District and CSU.

CSU’s research excellence supports our communities

Monday, 1 Apr 2019
CSU achieves ‘high’ rating in results of first government assessment of research impact and engagement that delivers community benefits

Media and TV entertainment veteran to address CSU creative students

Friday, 29 Mar 2019
Communication and media students at CSU in Bathurst will gain insights from an expert when a leading TV producer speaks to them on Monday 1 April.

Instagram photo sharing and mental health: CSU research

Friday, 29 Mar 2019

A CSU doctoral student is researching Instagram photo sharing and its relationship with mental health, and asks ‘What types of photos are best for our well-being?’.

CSU ranked well above world standard in key research fields

Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019
Seven broad fields of research and 17 specific fields of research ranked world standard or above

Chinese lives in historic Bathurst and Hill End explored

Monday, 25 Mar 2019

A CSU PhD student will lead two walking tours of the old Chinese quarters in Bathurst to examine the history of the Chinese in the city, and will later speak at The End Festival in Hill End.

Fiona Nash settles into Dubbo community

Wednesday, 20 Mar 2019
Charles Sturt University (CSU) Strategic Adviser Fiona Nash has settled into the Dubbo region for the long term.

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