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Charles Sturt student wins major award for travel photography

Tuesday, 11 Feb 2020

Charles Sturt student wins major award for travel photography A Charles Sturt University photography student’s series of photos taken in North Korea in 2019 has won a national photography competition. Online study and international travel prove a winning combination for Charles Sturt student Student’s photos taken in North Korea win...

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Spiritus Short Film Prize; enter now

Thursday, 6 Feb 2020

Spiritus Short Film Prize; enter now Call for entries for the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture 2020 Spiritus Short Film Prize The renamed biennial national 2020 Spiritus Short Film Prize aims to contribute to a vision of hope and the common good for Australia Expert panel of four judges...

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How the nation’s bushfire crisis could become a waterways crisis

Thursday, 6 Feb 2020

How the nation’s bushfire crisis could become a waterways crisis Adjunct Professor Max Finlayson co-authors paper with Mr Jason Alexandra from RMIT on how floods affect waterways after bushfires and what the government should be doing to protect the resources now. Charles Sturt academic warns of the potential consequences of...

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Charles Sturt to show Standing Committee how University can contribute to $100 billion industry

Wednesday, 5 Feb 2020

Charles Sturt to show Standing Committee how University can contribute to $100 billion industry Agriculture and Water Resources Standing Committee to visit Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga to tour facilities and discuss the University's contribution to growing the agriculture industry to $100 billion by 2030. The Standing Committee on...

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Animal ecology expert helping to fight post-bushfires extinction threat

Monday, 3 Feb 2020

Animal ecology expert helping to fight post-bushfires extinction threat The findings and recommendations of the expert panel will play a crucial role in determining the federal government’s allocation of its initial $50 million in funding to counteract the ecological disaster Charles Sturt’s Associate Professor Dale Nimmo member of expert panel...

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Charles Sturt’s small-scale winemaking to assess smoke taint

Friday, 31 Jan 2020

Charles Sturt’s small-scale winemaking to assess smoke taint The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre is working with grower groups to make wine from samples of grapes from vineyards exposed to smoke. Charles Sturt University is making wine from samples of grapes exposed to bushfire smoke to help growers and...

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Research finds Australian wattle seeds have a ‘fire gauge’ and a ‘rain gauge’

Thursday, 30 Jan 2020

Research finds Australian wattle seeds have a ‘fire gauge’ and a ‘rain gauge’ Associate Professor Geoff Burrows has discovered the seed coat of Australian wattles has two functions: firstly, to sense when a fire has occurred, and secondly, to determine when enough rain has fallen to allow for successful regeneration....

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Dr Geoffrey Currie conferred Member of the Order of Australia

Tuesday, 28 Jan 2020

Dr Geoffrey Currie conferred Member of the Order of Australia Dr Geoffrey Currie was conferred a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) on Australia Day for significant services to nuclear medicine and medical radiation sciences. Charles Sturt academic honoured for ‘significant services to nuclear medicine and medical radiation sciences’...

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Charles Sturt academic’s article published in top-ranked international cultural studies journal

Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020

Charles Sturt academic’s article published in top-ranked international cultural studies journal Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan said his article on treaties to protect Maori health outcomes, which was published in cultural studies journal Ethnicities, could have ideas that can be used for potential treaties in Australia. Associate Professor Dominic O’Sullivan published...

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Charles Sturt continues to offer support during bushfire emergency

Wednesday, 8 Jan 2020

Charles Sturt continues to offer support during bushfire emergency Charles Sturt will continue to support students, staff and the wider community during the country’s bushfire emergency and have provisions in place to increase this support as it is needed. Charles Sturt is supporting staff, students and the wider community during...

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