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Working from home has put an end to ‘casual collisions’ that build trust
OPINION  22 Nov 2021

Working from home has put an end to ‘casual collisions’ that build trust

The real sticking point in working from home is not the “work” part. It’s the loss of the fun parts of a workplace– the informal networking and socialising that’s good for the individual as well as the group.

Business and Economics Charles Sturt University Technology

Careers in the agricultural sector – is there the workforce? Tea leaves don’t lie
OPINION  18 Nov 2021

Careers in the agricultural sector – is there the workforce? Tea leaves don’t lie

A Charles Sturt University academic outlines the extensive opportunities available for a thriving career in the modern agricultural sector in the lead-up to National Agriculture Day.

Agricultural Science Graham Centre Charles Sturt University

Closing the indigenous life expectancy differential by closing the gap in political power
OPINION  8 Nov 2021

Closing the indigenous life expectancy differential by closing the gap in political power

Responding to life expectancy differentials between indigenous and non-indigenous populations in Australia, Canada and New Zealand is not simply a matter of clinical interventions but also a matter of ‘political will’.

Health ILWS Indigenous

Why taking action on climate change is an Islamic obligation
OPINION  5 Nov 2021

Why taking action on climate change is an Islamic obligation

With an estimated population of more than 1.8 billion, A Charles Sturt academic said Muslim-majority countries should be consulted about climate change if real progress is to be made.

Charles Sturt University International Religion and Ethics

More than 144 million jobs lost, COVID caused a global employment shift
OPINION  2 Nov 2021

More than 144 million jobs lost, COVID caused a global employment shift

Following the societal disruptions caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, a leading academic at Charles Sturt University reveals the enormous impact the health crisis has had on international employment.

ILWS International Society and Community

Horse racing traditions make way for updated safer practices
OPINION  2 Nov 2021

Horse racing traditions make way for updated safer practices

The race that stops (and divides) the nation is here again and a Charles Sturt academic said, with proper training and updated practices, horse racing does not have to be the dangerous industry it is sometimes perceived to be.

Animal and Veterinary science Charles Sturt University

Invisible, misunderstood and ignored – decoding myths around dyslexia
OPINION  29 Oct 2021

Invisible, misunderstood and ignored – decoding myths around dyslexia

A Charles Sturt University academic dispels myths on what dyslexia is and outlines the opportunities available to attend and succeed at university for those navigating this very common learning disability.

Charles Sturt University Society and Community Teaching and Education

Online teaching and learning can be positive, even in a pandemic lockdown
OPINION  29 Oct 2021

Online teaching and learning can be positive, even in a pandemic lockdown

A Charles Sturt University teacher education academic learned a powerful lesson during the recent COVID-19 pandemic lockdown; that social talk and a cheerful learning space can create a positive two-way teaching-learning online environment.

Health Society and Community Teaching and Education

Building confidence, the public will welcome compulsory registration of engineers
OPINION  28 Oct 2021

Building confidence, the public will welcome compulsory registration of engineers

A Charles Sturt University engineering academic argues that as examples of structural flaws in residential apartments are uncovered, the registration of engineers in NSW should provide a level of quality assurance and oversight that has been lacking.

Engineering Society and Community Technology

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