Researchers at Charles Sturt University argue their research into bail decision making might help to improve policing practices and reduce rates of imprisonment in Australia and in international jurisdictions.
Charles Sturt University welcomed $100,000 to support First Nations agricultural students through the Riverina Oils Indigenous Agriculture Support Scholarships. Each scholarship is worth $25,000 for commencing and continuing agricultural students.
Charles Sturt University researchers are part of a Grains Research and Development Corporation-supported team surveying weeds for herbicide resistance to provide critical information for the Australian grains sector.
A leading international tech company will establish its Australian headquarters at Charles Sturt University, bringing with them exciting opportunities for students, graduates and staff, and delivering positive economic benefits to the region.
Minister Paul Fletcher was at Charles Sturt in Wagga Wagga to launch the joint agriculture connectivity paper by nbn and NFF.
A Charles Sturt University learning and teaching team has won a national award for excellence for their online culture immersion program.
The new Bachelor of Communications (with specialisations) is co-designed, co-developed and co-delivered with the University’s alumni and industry partners.
IBM and Charles Sturt University today announced a multi-year partnership designed to support local job creation, provide new career pathways for students, and accelerate digital skills development in regional NSW.
A PhD scholar receives the Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools in the 2021 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science.