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How sovereign Wiradyuri woman from Tottenham’s research transforms colonial systems

How sovereign Wiradyuri woman from Tottenham’s research transforms colonial systems

A Wiradyuri Wambuul woman, who graduated from Charles Sturt University this week with academic excellence, was guided by her Wiradyuri culture, ancestors and community to complete a PhD to impart ‘crucial knowledge and wisdom’.

NEWS / 18 Apr 2024

Paid placements at university: new agreement for teaching students

Paid placements at university: new agreement for teaching students

As the latest of a series of its paid placement programs, Charles Sturt University has secured an agreement with the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Education Directorate to provide paid placements for initial teacher education (ITE) students.

NEWS / 18 Apr 2024

Endangered species could be saved by linking water management and bittern breeding activities

Endangered species could be saved by linking water management and bittern breeding activities

Researchers are investigating how environmental watering actions could promote the breeding of an endangered Australian bird species.

NEWS / 17 Apr 2024

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