We need to understand the threats that emerging in the Australian media landscape requires us to consider the national security state not just as a protector, but as a potential centre of power not always acting in our interests, but rather its own.
Charles Sturt’s Strategic Adviser for Regional Development the Hon. Fiona Nash shines a light on the valuable contribution of rural women, and says it is thanks to these women and their enormous contributions that our nation is so successful.
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.
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