A new book co-authored by a leading Charles Sturt University academic exposes the global program of influence and subversion by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the threat it poses to democracy.
Charles Sturt partners with IBM and ITIC for the two-day NSW Virtual Technology Summit and Hackathon, to be held online for the first time.
‘Smash the Start-Up Journey: A Masterclass Series for CEOs COEs (Chiefs of Everything)’, is organised by the Charles Sturt Innovation Hubs and aims to assist regional founders at the helm of a start-up or their own business.
Academics from the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences will help populate the iTeachStem website, a resource for NSW high school students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses.
Charles Sturt University's inaugural Dean of the School of Rural Medicine acknowledged in Queen's Birthday Honours for her 'significant service to tertiary education, to rural public health, and to medical administration'.
Charles Sturt has awarded funding for a study that will investigate the connection between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare access in four regional NSW communities.
Charles Sturt to host thought-provoking discussion between Vice-Chancellor's Chair of Australian-Indigenous Belonging Professor Stan Grant Jnr and water advocate and marathon runner Ms Mina Guli.
Charles Sturt academics and industry experts to feature as part of Explorations GenNeXt, an online learning series to assist parents and teachers at home and in the classroom.
Charles Sturt University has been engaged by the NSW Department of Education to design and deliver an innovative online training program to expand the school counselling workforce in NSW.
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