Charles Sturt University (CSU) recent graduate and Australian Hockeyroo, Karri McMahon will next year commence work part-time as a qualified paramedic while balancing a strict training schedule for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A local Bathurst family have seen the benefits of study at CSU, with three generations now all graduates in business.
A man who has supported the development of CSU and the performing arts and education in the Riverina region was honoured at a CSU graduation ceremony in Wagga Wagga on Tuesday 11 December.
CSU will host its 2018 graduation ceremonies across all main campuses as well as in Parramatta and the Study Centres in Sydney and Melbourne during December.
CSU is ranked by the 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal as the top Australian tertiary institution for undergraduate full-time employment and incomes three years after graduation.
The first students to complete the Charles Sturt University (CSU) law program will be conferred their Bachelor of Laws at the August graduation ceremony.
Read about Ms Shazna Careem who graduated on 19 December 2017 and her CSU experience
Research by a CSU academic will help the understanding of risk communication in both traditional and emerging media.
CSU will confer the title of Emeritus Professor on an outstanding academic leader at a graduation ceremony in Bathurst today.
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