Charles Sturt academic Dr Travis Holland has been appointed to the Board of Regional Arts NSW.
A visiting award-winning researcher to Charles Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga will speak about Australia’s most unpopular animal – the cane toad, during a visit to the campus tomorrow, Wednesday 19 June.
Collaboration between Charles Sturt University and the Mid North Coast Local Health District will mark a new high with the appointment of seven senior health staff to adjunct positions with the University.
Charles Sturt recognised for its Indigenous studies program with Global Citizenship Award
Charles Sturt University will host a delegation of US and Australian universities in Bathurst from Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 June to discuss the Australian pilot of the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.
Eight emerging entrepreneurs from across the Riverina will test their business ideas on an enthusiastic audience at the Charles Sturt University AgriTech Incubator ‘Pitch Night’ in Wagga Wagga on Monday 17 June.
Charles Sturt University is set to launch exciting new postgraduate courses designed for education professionals in 2020.
Community groups across the Charles Sturt University regional footprint are enjoying the benefits of the Community-University Partnership (CUP) Grants Program.
Charles Sturt final-year Community Health Honours student Ms Sandra Moyo was awarded ‘Best New Presenter’ and shared ‘Best Presenter Overall’ for her presentation of her research at the North East Goulburn Valley Allied Health Conference.
Charles Sturt congratulates Nicholas Steepe alumnus and project manager (Equity and Diversity) on being named the 2019 Out Role Model at the Australian LGBTI Inclusion Awards.