The five-year project will ultimately see the introduction of three new dung beetle species, specifically chosen to fill seasonal and geographic gaps in the distribution of beetles across southern Australia.
The initiative aims to equally involve women in cyber security professions by focusing on education for girls in high school.
Charles Sturt University welcomes a new scholarship agreement with the Australian Rail Track Corporation Ltd which will provide financial assistance to a number of the University’s first-year students over the course of their degrees.
Strategies to modernise irrigation for food production and ecological outcomes revealed at global forum
Researchers and students from Charles Sturt presented the findings of their latest research into sustainable irrigation at this year's World Irrigation Forum in Denpasar.
Findings of a report by Charles Sturt's Women in Trades group will be presented during Social Sciences Week.
Charles Sturt hosted several events between Monday 19 and Friday 30 August to support and celebrate the University’s LGBTIQA+ community in honour of Wear It Purple Day.
Associate Professor Faye McMillan and Dr Abeer Alsadoon named as finalists in Emerging Leader in the Government or Public Sector category.
Charles Sturt has conferred an honorary Doctor of Science on the late Dr Anthony Jordan, OAM, who died earlier this week, and paid tribute to the pioneer of wine science education.
Charles Sturt farewells the Hon. Tim Fischer, who received a Doctor of the University in 2001.