CSU and Royal Far West have joined with media outlet Nine Australian Community Media to advocate for improved services to children and families in rural and remote areas.
Let’s face it – most drivers have driven around the block searching for that elusive ‘perfect’ parking space. A research team at CSU in Port Macquarie hopes to change that.
Deer numbers in Northeast Victoria have exploded in recent years as humans and deer compete for space and resources in the region, and a CSU researcher is investigating the human side of the problem.
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.
International experts will tackle some wicked problems in sustainability when they address seemingly competing interests for limited river resources worldwide on 10 December at CSU in Albury-Wodonga.
Charles Sturt University’s (CSU) commitment to gender equity in the workplace was recognised by Science in Australia Gender Equity (Sage) with an ATHENA SWAN Bronze Institution Award on Wednesday 5 December in Canberra.
A leading Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic and person with a disability has called on Australia to celebrate diversity in its community, including people with disabilities.
A passion to contribute to save the lives of 1.5 million children and improve the quality of lives of 663 million people world-wide earned third place for the CSU representative at a recent national research ‘pitching’ competition.
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.
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