CSU 2015 Wellness and Wellbeing Expos in March

9 MARCH 2015

The health of Charles Sturt University (CSU) staff and students will be the focus of the 2015 Wellness and Wellbeing Expos to be held at six campuses during March. These Expos give staff and students the opportunity to obtain information about the many health and wellbeing services available to them at CSU and in local communities, as well as attend workshop sessions to actively participate in. Mr Adam Browne, Executive Director of the CSU Division of Human Resources, said, "Charles Sturt University recognises and values the importance of staff and student wellness and wellbeing, and aims to adopt a holistic approach to the treatment of workplace health and safety. The University appreciates that problems of a personal nature can and do have adverse affects on work performance, work satisfaction, study, health and feelings of wellbeing. We run the Wellness and Wellbeing Expos on six of the University's campuses to foster a productive and resilient environment by supporting happier, healthier and more satisfied staff and students." The CSU 2015 Wellness and Wellbeing Expos are sponsored by G&C Mutual Bank, and UniSuper.The schedule for the CSU 2015 Wellness and Wellbeing Expos is:CSU in Goulburn - Thursday 12 MarchCSU in Albury-Wodonga - Monday 16 MarchCSU in Wagga Wagga - Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 MarchCSU in Dubbo - Monday 23 MarchCSU in Orange - Tuesday 24 MarchCSU in Bathurst - Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 March

Media contact:

Bruce Andrews, (02) 6338 6084


Media Note:

Contact CSU Media to arrange interviews.

For more information or to arrange to discuss this event further with the University please contact Ms Lisa Tuineau on (02) 6338 4029 or 0412 533 598 or ltuineau@csu.edu.au, or Melissa Lombe at mlombe@csu.edu.au

Pictured (left to right): Mr Mal Wilson (CSU Division of Human Resources), Mr Gary Goldsmith (G&C Mutual Bank), and Professor Andrew Vann (Vice-Chancellor of CSU).

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