The MHRCC is comprised of members of the regional community from both New South Wales and Victoria and includes local mayors, state and federal members of parliament and representatives from public and private sector organisations. The committee meets quarterly to discuss CSU's role in and contribution to the region.
Presiding Officer: Albury-Wodonga Head of Campus
Contact: (02) 6051 9806
The Albury Wodonga Campus of Charles Sturt University is a dynamic and expanding site, recognised for it's innovative design and leadership in environmentally sustainable development. We are proud to be an important part of our regional community not only through offering a range of quality courses in health, education, environmental & information technology, but also through community engagement and collaboration.
The AWCEC is made up of CSU staff and students working towards an environmentally sustainable operation. The Committee helps to develop appropriate environmental targets and initiatives recognising the serious nature of environmental problems. The input of staff and students who have on-ground knowledge and expertise to draw on is seen as essential because it will be staff and students who will have to help CSU realise the strategies.
Please feel free to contact the committee with ideas, suggestions, comments or other contributions by emailing email@example.com or calling Wendy Rose Davison, Executive Officer AWCEC (02) 6051 9806.
More information about CSU Environment Committees is available by following this link to the: Terms of Reference
The Critical Incident Response Group is responsible for implementing policy and procedure for dealing with critical incidents that occur on and off campus affecting the welfare of CSU staff and/or students.
Chairperson: Mr Mark Evans (Campus Manager)
Contact: (02) 6051 9616
After marrying in England in the 1940's, Ruth Whyte came to Albury as a young woman and quickly joined in the musical life of the region. While she lived in Melbourne from 1953, the Albury-Wodonga region remained very dear to her. She was a lover of classical music and during her life generously sponsored various local musical events. On her death in 1998, she requested that part of her Estate be used for the advancement of music in the Albury-Wodonga region. Charles Sturt University administers and distributes the Bequest funds in collaboration with the Ruth Whyte Bequest Committee made up of the Director, Murray Conservatorium of Music, Charles Sturt University Head of Campus, and key community members.
Information about the application process for Ruth Whyte Bequest grants and the application form is available here