A new resource for future Indigenous health students has been created by the Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Indigenous Health Success Team at Charles Sturt University and its partner organisations.
Charles Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga will host a free public lecture by entrepreneur Mr Desh Amila as part of its informative Explorations Series on Wednesday 29 May.
Libraries at Charles Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, and Dubbo will host reading events on Wednesday 22 May as part of the annual 2019 National Simultaneous Storytime.
Charles Sturt University welcomes Ms Kate Wood-Foye as the newly appointed Director, External Engagement at the University in Port Macquarie.
A leading researcher in ageing and spiritual life says the culture in Australia is changing and this must include the increasing need for qualified staff to provide care in residential aged care facilities.
A website designed and maintained by Charles Sturt University will provide valuable learning and study materials in the lead up to the final NSW High School Certificate (HSC) exams later this year.
The addition of Charles Sturt University to the NSW Cyber Security Network adds to the strength of the network’s research capabilities and provides new opportunities for cyber security research and development in regional NSW.
Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Equine Science student Adelaide Kovac has been accepted into the prestigious and highly competitive Kentucky Equine Research internship program.
A special issue of St Mark’s Review on ‘Religious freedom in Australia’ was prompted by the 2017-18 Ruddock Review into religious freedom and its attendant controversies, but it is all the more relevant today.
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