Signing of a new strategic partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment and Charles Sturt University.
Thousands of PhDs and doctorates are completed in Australia each year, but rarely by a 71 year-old with a disability.
Charles Sturt University research and an online survey by a collaborative team aims to support the development of campaigns to increase road user knowledge, safety and support for bicyclists.
Three Charles Sturt University pharmacy alumni received awards at the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia ACT Excellence Awards for their work helping the community during the bushfires and COVID-19.
A Charles Sturt University social science undergraduate who lives in Byron Bay in northern NSW will begin her career on a high after being awarded a University Medal for her scholarship.
Charles Sturt University and Royal Far West have co-authored “The Impact of Bushfire on the Wellbeing of Children Living in Rural and Remote Australia: A Rapid Review”, investigating mental health and development of children impacted by bushfire.
The first physiotherapy student cohort strained at Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie, comprised of 42 students, have graduated from their four-year degree.
A team from Charles Sturt University are helping NDIS disability support services around Australia to transition to a new COVID-impacted world.
A Charles Sturt University postgraduate student from Kathmandu, Nepal, whose research helps predict the onset of Type 2 diabetes has been awarded a University Medal.