Charles Sturt has awarded Wiradjuri elder Aunty Flo Grant with one of its highest honours to recognise her contribution to the University and community.
Charles Sturt has been awarded a Silver Partnership by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage in recognition of its long-term leadership and investment in sustainability.
In 2020 Charles Sturt University will deliver two new innovative courses which were developed through industry and community participation with the aim of achieving positive and sustainable community outcomes.
Albury’s older residents believe some improvement could still be made to the wider city’s pathways to make it more enjoyable for strolling around its neighbourhoods.
New research has debunked the myth that all early varieties of wheat were less allergenic than the varieties grown on Australian farms today.
Following this week’s announcement by Facebook of its intention to launch a new virtual currency, a Charles Sturt University expert warns that virtual currencies have a number of features that make them attractive to criminals.
Charles Sturt welcomes the establishment of a regional youth portfolio and investment in teachers
Statement from Charles Sturt University Professor John Germov, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
A Charles Sturt University student has been selected to join the Australian UniRoos athletic team to compete at the biennial international university student games next month.
A Charles Sturt University researcher is asking communities and landholders in the Murray Darling Basin to get involved in reporting major fish deaths around the Basin on a publicly available website.