Four CSU graduands will be honoured for their research studies when they receive their Doctors of Philosophy at graduation ceremonies in Albury on Wednesday 19 December.
Students from three Border high schools have taken their concerns on water conservation in Albury and Wodonga to the cities’ mayors after their recent studies into water quality at CSU.
A CSU academic has recently returned from providing strategic and technical assistance to address critical issues in pre-service teacher education in Myanmar (formerly Burma).
Charles Sturt University (CSU) alumnus and Pro Chancellor for the Northern Region of the University, Mr Kurt Fearnley, AO, has recently been named NSW Australian of the Year 2019.
A published journal paper by CSU speech and language researchers has received the rare high honour of the Editor’s Award.
Students in the CSU School of Teacher Education and the School of Education programs depend largely on the network of schools and early childhood services across regional NSW to provide practical work experience opportunities in classrooms in order to develop their professional understanding and competence.
A world-renowned US speech and hearing expert will visit CSU in Bathurst this month for a series of consultations, lectures and workshops.
A CSU education researcher has developed a framework that allows researchers to study with children about play while recognising their rights to refuse to participate under international convention.
Following Refugee Week 2018 last week, researchers at CSU seek Vietnamese-Australians aged 18 and over to participate in a study that examines their use of Vietnamese and English while living in Australia.
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