Associate Professor in Nuclear Medicine at Charles Sturt University Dr Geoff Currie is a member of the working party that provides counsel on the distribution of the radionuclide molybdenum-99/technetium-99m in Australia when supply levels are down.
A Charles Sturt University expert argues that the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples could provide significant guidance to governments and indigenous nations as they negotiate treaties.
A Charles Sturt University constitutional expert argues that shortcomings in the Australian Constitution have led to Australians’ increasing disillusionment with the way politics is conducted and a lack of confidence in the system of government.
The indisputable under-representation of women in academia’s science-based fields is paralleled by the absence of ways to permanently alleviate this discrepancy.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Andrew Vann shares his experiences on our Foundation Day and 30th anniversary.
Media transformation is an opportunity for Charles Sturt to pioneer a new model of news production.
The loss of a community voice is a blow to media diversity.
A CSU expert argues the legacy of Julian Assange suggests that not all ‘whistleblowers’ promote freedom of speech, but use this important principle of democracy instead for their own self-promotion in ways that might damage democratic institutions.
A CSU social work academic says that social workers need to understand and work with local politics and power structures in order to do justice to social work values and principles.
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