Frogs can sing, lizards live in a tight family unit and what animal is a turtles biggest threat? How are these animal facts improving our ecosystem?
A Charles Sturt academic has delivered a guest lecture to public policy students at the Victoria University of Wellington. The students were Members of the New Zealand Parliament.
A leading public intellectual and academic at Charles Sturt University has published his latest book - a memoir that reflects on his contributions to public discourse in Australia and internationally.
Bushfire affected environmental recovery monitoring in south-west NSW by a Charles Sturt University PhD research student has revealed a hitherto un-noted lizard species in Woomargama National Park.
Charles Sturt University academics are commencing research to understand the role of the mining industry in providing women with opportunities to train and work in rural and regional areas in Australia.
Startlingly low figures for breastfeeding rates in regional Australia have prompted calls for better education from a Charles Sturt researcher.
Regional women broke down barriers in this Charles Sturt study to show the correlation between exercise and sleep.
Charles Sturt University has led a pre-pilot program with a local health district to increase retention and satisfaction of First Nations midwives and nurses through a cultural mentoring program.
A series of online and in-person events will be hosted by University academics to demonstrate the differences they are making in social sciences.