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Romper Stomper reboot is a compelling investigation into Australia’s extremist politics

Tuesday 2 Jan 2018

Dr Troy Whitford, a lecturer in Intelligence and Security Studies at CSU, writes in The Conversation that the remake of the 1992 movie Romper Stomper reflects new schisms and complexities in contemporary Australian extremist politics.

CSU international student profile

Friday 22 Dec 2017

Read about Ms Shazna Careem who graduated on 19 December 2017 and her CSU experience

Merry Christmas from CSU Media

Friday 22 Dec 2017

Wishing you a very safe and happy Christmas and New Year.

Increased offers to CSU prospective students in 2018

Thursday 21 Dec 2017

There’s further growth in the number of offers made to prospective CSU students for 2018.

Infants' experience of curriculum in their childcare setting

Thursday 21 Dec 2017

New CSU research promotes a re-imagining and new understandings of critical teaching practice with infants.

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Lamb chop
The cold-hard facts about lamb storage

Friday, 19 Jan 2018

In the lead up to Australia Day you may be interested to read more about Mr Cassius Coombs' research about the impact of storage temperatures on meat quality...

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