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CSU hosts visiting scholar and human rights activist from New Zealand

Wednesday, 20 Feb 2019

CSU hosts visiting scholar and human rights activist from New Zealand Charles Sturt University (CSU) will this week host Visiting Scholar and leading human rights activist from New Zealand, Associate Professor Leonie Pihama under the Faculty of Arts and Education Visiting Scholar’s Scheme. * Associate Professor Leonie Pihama from New...

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CSU former Residential Advisor to return as Head Resident

Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019

CSU former Residential Advisor to return as Head Resident Charles Sturt University (CSU) student and former Residential Advisor (RA) of John Oxley Village (JOV), in Bathurst, Edward Smith, will return this year to take on the role as JOV Head Resident. * Bachelor of Education (K-12) student, Edward Smith will...

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On-campus orientation for thousands of new students at CSU

Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019

On-campus orientation for thousands of new students at CSU Thousands of commencing students will be welcomed to CSU next week as 2019 On-campus Orientation begins across the University’s six main campuses. * CSU 2019 Orientation starts Monday 25 February * University welcomes 7,732 new students to the 2019 academic year...

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What to do with drought degraded pastures?

Monday, 18 Feb 2019

What to do with drought degraded pastures? After successive dry seasons, deciding which pastures to remove or retain in the crop rotation will be important for many farmers according to Dr Jeff McCormick from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation at CSU. * CSU researcher to discuss what to do...

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Country kids missing out on essential health services

Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019

Country kids missing out on essential health services CSU and Royal Far West have joined with media outlet Nine Australian Community Media to advocate for improved services to children and families in rural and remote areas. * Regional Australia calls for change as overwhelmed families struggle to navigate complex health...

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The Crown is Māori too - citizenship, sovereignty and the Treaty of Waitangi

Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019

The Crown is Māori too - citizenship, sovereignty and the Treaty of Waitangi Politics expert Dominic O'Sullivan discusses the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi in The Conversation, and it's importance to New Zealand and its Māori people. This week, New Zealand marked Waitangi Day, which commemorates the 1840 signing of the Treaty...

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CSU AgriTech Incubator alumni complete Young Entrepreneurs International Bootcamp in India

Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019

CSU AgriTech Incubator alumni complete Young Entrepreneurs International Bootcamp in India Three Charles Sturt University (CSU) AgriTech Incubator alumni were selected to attend the Young Entrepreneurs International Bootcamp recently in India. * Three CSU AgriTech Incubator alumni attended a Young Entrepreneurs International Bootcamp * Alumni met with industry leaders of...

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New book to explore managing change in age of disruption

Tuesday, 12 Feb 2019

New book to explore managing change in age of disruption Charles Sturt University (CSU) sessional lecturer, Mathew Donald has recently had his academic book Leading and Managing Change in the Age of Disruption and Artificial Intelligence pass its editorial review with Emerald in the UK. * CSU sessional lecturer Mathew...

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CSU blood donations save lives thousands of lives

Tuesday, 12 Feb 2019

CSU blood donations save lives thousands of lives Blood donations by staff and students at CSU in 2018 saved 7,245 lives. * CSU students and staff made 2,415 blood donations in 2018 * CSU blood donations saved 7,245 lives * CSU ranked fourth in 2018 national university blood donationsBlood donations...

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CSU program helps students beat the budget blues

Monday, 11 Feb 2019

CSU program helps students beat the budget blues An innovative CSU program that helps students gain valuable employment skills while earning an income to support their studies has proven such a success it will be rolled out to other campuses. * Earn As You Learn (EAYL) program piloted in Bathurst...

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