What does what's happening in the United States have to do with Australia's First Nations people? According to Charles Sturt's Vice-Chancellor's Chair of Australian-Indigenous Belonging Professor Stan Grant Jr, everything.
Charles Sturt academics discuss findings of research conducted in rural and regional NSW with isolated new mothers during Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Awareness (PANDA) Week.
A Charles Sturt University aged care expert has co-authored an article highlighting how Australia needs a radical shift to policies that better support ageing people in their own homes.
Major stressful events like drought, bushfires, COVID-19 and violence impact the mental health and wellbeing of people, including children.
A Charles Sturt University academic argues the political u-turn over Melbourne gyms demonstrates there was never enough evidence to support locking them down in the first place.
A Charles Sturt University Islamic studies expert explains the political preferences and profound implications that Muslim Americans may have on the US elections.
The internet has changed the world and offers the prospect of many things, including smart regions and intelligent campuses.
A Charles Sturt University journalism academic explains the Save Our Voices regional media campaign which seeks support from people in rural and regional areas who value the sense of community engendered by genuinely local news media.
A Charles Sturt political expert considers whether former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s parliamentary petition for a Royal Commission into Murdoch media’s scale and influence on democracy in Australia is the answer, and asks whether the public cares.