Charles Sturt in Bathurst is hosting 25 prospective students this week for a five-day program designed to help Indigenous students prepare to study at university.
The findings and recommendations of the expert panel will play a crucial role in determining the federal government’s allocation of its initial $50 million in funding to counteract the ecological disaster
Returning Charles Sturt students and scholarship recipients encourage others to apply for scholarships before the main round closes on Wednesday February 5.
The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre is working with grower groups to make wine from samples of grapes from vineyards exposed to smoke.
Associate Professor Geoff Burrows has discovered the seed coat of Australian wattles has two functions: firstly, to sense when a fire has occurred, and secondly, to determine when enough rain has fallen to allow for successful regeneration.
Dr Geoffrey Currie was conferred a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) on Australia Day for significant services to nuclear medicine and medical radiation sciences.
Current and commencing students are encouraged to apply for a range of scholarships in Charles Sturt's main round of scholarship offerings before the Wednesday 5 February deadline.
Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan said his article on treaties to protect Maori health outcomes, which was published in cultural studies journal Ethnicities, could have ideas that can be used for potential treaties in Australia.
Charles Sturt University's updated Graduate Learning Outcomes aim to ensure that by 2024, all undergraduate students will be able to demonstrate sustainable practice applicable to their course and career.