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Charles Sturt's Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) breaking down gender barriers

Friday, 19 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt's Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) breaking down gender barriers Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) Jenny Roberts selected for judging panel of Women's Agenda Leadership Awards. Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) Ms Jenny Roberts is on the judging panel for the Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards Charles Sturt University is a diamond partner of the event...

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Charles Sturt’s Erin Cooper elected to lead national student pharmacy association

Friday, 19 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt’s Erin Cooper elected to lead national student pharmacy association A Charles Sturt University pharmacy student has been elected President of the National Australian Pharmacy Students' Association Prestigious role will oversee all of NAPSA’s internal and external affairs Fourth-year pharmacy student proud to be working, studying and leading NAPSA...

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Charles Sturt signs MOU with TAFE NSW and AlburyCity

Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt signs MOU with TAFE NSW and AlburyCity Charles Sturt formalises relationship with AlburyCity and TAFE NSW by signing MOU. MOU formalises an existing relationship between the three organisationsAlbury mayor states merging education precincts is beneficial for the cityNo organisation will be required to move premises as part of...

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Charles Sturt research examines pre-feedlot vaccination and cattle weight loss

Monday, 15 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt research examines pre-feedlot vaccination and cattle weight loss New research by Charles Sturt University has scotched fears that pre-feedlot vaccination of steers is costing beef producers money because of weight loss in the weeks following the jab. Research disproves fears that pre-feedlot vaccination of steers is costing beef...

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Charles Sturt economists assist regional workforce planning

Friday, 12 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt economists assist regional workforce planning Charles Sturt University economists are examining how best to enhance industry development and employment growth in regional NSW and Victoria. The research looked at elements in the local business environment that helped or hurt business and industry success It identified a range of...

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Collaboration draws closer in the field

Friday, 12 Jul 2019

Collaboration draws closer in the field Collaboration between landholders and ILWS ecologists and social scientists moved closer after meetings to develop a joint paper that explains the place of reconciliation ecology in intensive irrigation agriculture in South Eastern Australia. Some members of the National Agricultural Production and Reconciliation Ecology Centre,...

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Charles Sturt University hosts 30th Intercollegiate Meat Judging conference

Tuesday, 9 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt University hosts 30th Intercollegiate Meat Judging conference More than 130 students will converge at Charles Sturt University in Wagga for the 30th ICMJ conference and competition. More than 130 students and their coaches will attend the 30th Intercollegiate Meat Judging conference and competition in Wagga Students from University...

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Research finds resilience critical for communication practitioners in regional Australia

Wednesday, 3 Jul 2019

Research finds resilience critical for communication practitioners in regional Australia New research conducted by Charles Sturt University explores the importance of resilience for health, work, and sustaining performance under pressure, for communication practitioners working in regional Australia. Working in communication and media in regional areas is a training ground in...

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Charles Sturt expert advocates at UN for communication rights

Monday, 1 Jul 2019

Charles Sturt expert advocates at UN for communication rights A Charles Sturt University speech and language acquisition expert has presented research at a special meeting at the United Nations in New York advocating that communication is a human right for everyone, including those with communication disability Charles Sturt promotes communication...

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Albury’s footpath network under microscope: Charles Sturt study

Thursday, 27 Jun 2019

Albury’s footpath network under microscope: Charles Sturt study Albury’s older residents believe some improvement could still be made to the wider city’s pathways to make it more enjoyable for strolling around its neighbourhoods. While older Albury residents enjoy walking in the city centre, some residential areas still provide challenges.Some scenic...

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