CSU scholarship presentation ceremonies across central west
20 JUNE 2016
The 2016 scholarship ceremonies at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Bathurst, Orange and Dubbo will honour the memory and generosity of two passionate advocates for regional higher education.The annual ceremonies celebrate the academic achievements and endeavours of current students enrolled in arts, business, education, and science courses at CSU.This year the events have special significance as CSU Foundation Trust welcomes the receipt of a bequest of over $3 million from Carole and Stan Droder. They will be joined by other local businesses and organisations in presenting scholarships to deserving students to assist them in their studies.The ceremonies will be held at CSU in Dubbo at 6pm Tuesday 24 May; at CSU in Orange at 10am Wednesday 25 May; and at CSU in Bathurst at 11.30am Friday 27 May.CSU Foundation administers over 300 scholarships annually, and in 2016 more than $1.2 million in scholarships will be awarded across all CSU campuses to help students reach their full potential.The Foundation recognises that by giving rural and regional students in Australia fair access to higher education, CSU can develop professionals who have experience in regional areas and further afield, which will help them to maintain and develop healthy local economies and vibrant communities.
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The CSU Dubbo Campus Scholarship Ceremony is at 6pm Tuesday 24 May at Lecture Theatre (room 442, Tony McGrane Place, Dubbo). The Head of Campus Dubbo, Professor Jeannie Herbert, will host the ceremony and a light supper will follow the completion of the ceremony. Twenty scholarships and prizes will be presented in Dubbo, and the recipient of the Carole and Stan Droder Scholarship in Dubbo is Ms Naomi Clark, Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary). For more information please contact Regional Relations Assistant Ms Melissa Britnell on 6885.7370 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The CSU Orange Campus Scholarship Ceremony is at 10am Wednesday 25 May at the Templers Mill Function Centre (building 1000). The Head of Campus Orange, Dr Heather Robinson, will host the ceremony and a light lunch will follow the completion of the ceremony. Fifteen scholarships will be presented in Orange, and the recipient of the Carole and Stan Droder Scholarship in Orange is Mr Blake Smoothy, Bachelor of Physiotherapy. For more information please contact Regional Relations Assistant Ms Margot Drake on 6365 7500 or email@example.com
The CSU Bathurst Campus Scholarship Ceremony is at 11.30am Friday 27 May at the CD Blake Auditorium (building 1220, Village Drive). The Head of Campus Bathurst, Associate Professor Chika Anyanwu, will host the ceremony and a light lunch in the CD Blake Auditorium will follow the completion of the ceremony. Sixty nine scholarships and prizes will be presented in Bathurst, and the recipient of the Carole and Stan Droder Scholarship in Bathurst is Ms Jennifer Lucas, Bachelor of Criminal Justice. Approximately 250 of the University's donors, scholarship recipients and their supporters are expected to attend. For more information please contact Regional Relations Assistant Ms Olivia Wyborn on 6338 4645 or firstname.lastname@example.org