Our portfolio covers four main areas:
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (DVC Research and Engagement) is responsible for research; research training; partnership with industry and end-users to enhance research and maximise research impact; community engagement; international education and partnerships; government relations; Indigenous engagement, and is a member of the Vice Chancellor's Leadership Team.
The Research Integrity, Ethics and Compliance (RIEC) Unit promotes the responsible conduct of research and teaching. The Unit provides advice on aspects of research integrity and supports the University's ethics and compliance committees.
The innovation precinct in the heart of the Riverina dedicated to research, curated collaboration and sustainable production.
The Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) is an ecumenical body reflecting the faith background of approximately 61 per cent (13.5 million) of the Australian population. The Centre is located on a five hectare site on the edge of the Parliamentary Triangle in Canberra.
The Office of Global Engagement and Partnerships (OGEP) is responsible for all global engagement matters, including:
The Office collaborates with a global network of stakeholders and works with all areas of the Charles Sturt community to develop a strong and integrated approach to business development, quality assurance, risk management and student mobility.
The Office of Industry and Community Engagement is responsible for developing and leading Charles Sturt University’s engagement and collaboration with industry and the community across the University’s footprint.
The University has a critical role in building strong, vibrant regional communities with intellectual capital, social capital and infrastructure. Community Engagement is one of the three pillars of the University Strategy which aims to achieve recognition of the University as an anchor institution in its communities and as an agent of change through impactful, solution driven research.
The University is a community minded organisation with strong links to industry, government and other educational organisations.
The Research Office facilitates achievement of the University's strategic priorities in research and research training, including"
The University works collaboratively on many projects with all levels of government and industry, and has formed research groups in areas of specific strength and interest.
Charles Sturt University has four University Research Centres. These centres are designed to bring together staff around a coherent research theme that has broad influence and engagement across the University.
Our centres are outwardly connected. They engage in identifying, pursuing and sharing intellectual leadership of large collaborative opportunities in research with quality domestic and international partners.
The research conducted within the Centres is strongly complemented by research conducted with the Faculties of the University.
The Office of Indigenous Engagement has direct oversight of:
The Office also works to advance Indigenous research output and the scholarship of Indigenous learning and knowledges. They do this by building engagement between Charles Sturt University's research and Indigenous Communities.