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Get your dream job and get paid well for it! Charles Sturt grads earn an average of $67,100 straight after graduating.*
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The change the world needs sure won’t come from just talking about it. It’ll take going all hands in – and not being afraid to get them dirty in the process. At Charles Sturt University, you get hands-on experience from day one. Because it’s not what we say that makes a difference. It’s what we do.
Charles Sturt University news
Artificial refuges not always filling the hole in the wildlife housing crisis
Charles Sturt researchers have joined other Australian researchers to analyse the effectiveness of artificial refuges as a stop-gap measure to tackle the wildlife housing crisis and found the science underpinning them is often not up to scratch.
NEWS / 28 Jul 2021
“Super-spreaders of lies” arrested in Fiji exposes the country’s other crisis
Professor Domonic O’Sullivan explains that Fiji’s fragile political environment is being overshadowed by the country’s COVID-19 crisis, ironically it is their damaged democratic process which provides the only pathway out of the health emergency.
NEWS / 30 Jul 2021
2022 ADMISSIONS Session 1 Open Date
6 Aug 2021
Admission applications now open for study commencing in Session 1 of 2022. (Session code: 202230)
2021 CENSUS date Session 2
9 Aug 2021
Session code: 202160
Last day to withdraw from Session 2 subjects without HECS/Financial liability.(International students should refer to the International Refund Policy)
Last day to apply for a Leave of Absence for Session 2.
Last day CSU can accept whole/part up-front HECS payments.
Last day to submit Commonwealth Assistance Form.
Student Services and Amenities Fee Payment Date for Session 2.
Last Day for eligible students to submit an SA-HELP form.
2021 ADPP Period 3 (April) Results
12 Aug 2021
Term code: 202138
STUDY LINK Term 3 2021 - Classes end
13 Aug 2021
The Thief of Stars - A Shadow Theatre Concert in Wagga Wagga
3 Jul 2021 6:00 pm - 31 Jul 2021 6:00 pm
What if Aladdin and Faust were the same story? The Thief of Stars is an original theatre of shadows concert featuring the voices of Melinda Bowker, Erin Brown and Catseye Parish (James McArthur), developed and directed by Dr Sam Bowker. Inspired by Egyptian shadow puppetry and poetry, this unique performance will be held at The Curious Rabbit (44 Johnston Street, Wagga Wagga) on Saturday 3 July and Saturday 31 July 2021.
Doors open at 6pm, performance starts at 6:30pm, and the intermission will be followed by an artists' talk and Q&A discussion. This is a Green Beetle Company production in collaboration with The Curious Rabbit, the Booranga Writer's Centre and Charles Sturt University. NSW Dine and Discover vouchers can be used for this event.
Tickets are available via The Curious Rabbit on (02) 6921 5391 or this link: https://events.humanitix.com/the-thief-of-the-stars/tickets
Blended Online Community MHFA Workshop (2 dates - 2 and 9 Aug)
2 Aug 2021 1:00 pm - 9 Aug 2021 3:30 pm
This workshop is held across two days. Attendance in both workshops is mandatory to receive certification
Workshop Part 1 Monday 2 August 1pm - 3:30pm
Workshop Part 2 Monday 9 August 1pm - 3:30pm
You must have completed the eLearning through MHFA Australia in the Blended online Community MHFA course to complete this workshop.
If you haven't completed the above, please contact email@example.com to arrange eLearning. You MUST complete eLearning prior to our workshops. The eLearning takes around 5 hours to complete online.
This workshop will cost $75.00. You must attend both sessions.
LGBTIQA+ Awareness Training
10 Aug 2021 10:00 am - 11:30 am
This session is 1.5 hours in length and will cover:
- The importance of creating an inclusive culture within the workplace;
- Some of the experiences of LGBTIQA+ people;
- The differences and diversity of sex characteristics, gender identity, and expression and sexual orientation; and
- Actions that individuals can take to be active allies.
This training is open to everyone who would like more information and knowledge relating to sex and gender diversity.
Empowering Allies Training
10 Aug 2021 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
This session is 1.5 hours in length and will cover:
- The role of allies;
- Ally actions;
- The importance of visibility; and
- How one might ‘call out’ problematic behaviours.
This training is only open to those who have completed the LGBTIQA+ Awareness module, and who wish to join the Ally Network and be recognised as an Ally. Once completed, participants will receive a pack with branded Ally paraphernalia, including an Ally lanyard, Ally lapel pin and Ally poster to ensure they are recognisable to others as Allies.