- Higher education and CSU: Professor Ian Goulter, CSU Vice-Chancellor and President and head of the NSW Vice-Chancellors’ Committee. Professor Goulter will be in Canberra;
- Budget implications for households: Professor Greg Walker, Adjunct Professor, CSU Faculty of Business and regular Budget commentator. Professor Walker is in Bathurst;
- Education, including early childhood education and care policy: Professor Toni Downes, Dean of Faculty of Education. Professor Downes is in Bathurst;
- Rural and regional health: Associate Professor Julia Coyle, CSU Centre for Inland Health and Head of School of Community Health. Professor Coyle is in Albury-Wodonga;
- Rural and regional health: Professor Elaine Duffy, CSU Centre for Inland Health and Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery. Professor Duffy is in Bathurst;
- Agriculture: Professor Deidre Lemerle, Director, EH Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation. Professor Lemerle is in Wagga Wagga;
- Agriculture: Professor Jim Pratley, former CSU Dean of Agriculture. Professor Pratley is in Wagga Wagga;
- Science and the environment: Professor Nick Klomp, Dean of Faculty of Science and regular ABC science commentator. Professor Klomp is in Wagga Wagga;
- Climate Change and tax on luxury vehicles: Professor Kevin Parton, Professor of Business. Professor Parton is in Orange.
CSU experts on federal Budget
1 JANUARY 2003
The 2008 federal Budget is the first to be delivered by Labor in 13 years. Charles Sturt University has experienced media commentators who can comment on how this Budget will affect various sections of the Australian community.
Wes Ward, 02 6051 9906