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Australian researchers build ‘ladders’ in waterways to save Asia’s fish
A Charles Sturt University-led team of Australian researchers who have spent the past decade establishing ‘fish ladders’ across five South-East Asian countries in a bid to save the region’s fish recently received funding to expand their project.
NEWS / 22 Jan 2021
Racing a two-year-old horse is like racing a 13-year-old child
In the wake of one of the most anticipated horse races in Australia, a psychology academic from Charles Sturt argues why horse racing should be reformed so limited financial incentives are attached to racing two-year-old horses.
NEWS / 22 Jan 2021
2021 RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL January / February
2021 ADPP Period 1 (Jan) Census Date
29 Jan 2021
Term code: 202108
STUDY LINK Term 2 2021 - Applications close
2021 Micro-Session 1 Census Date
29 Jan 2021
Term code: 202112
Bloom 2020 Creative Industries showcase
16 Oct 2020 9:00 am - 16 Oct 2021 9:00 am
BLOOM 2020 is the end of year festival for students studying the Creative Industries in the School of Communication and Creative Industries.
This new initiative celebrates the most ambitious and exciting work produced by Creative Industries students of all disciplines throughout the year. The festival will include outcomes by actors, animators, artists, art historians, curators, designers, film makers, photographers, sound and television producers and theatre-makers.
It is a multi-disciplinary festival showcasing the very best our school has to offer. Bloom launches at bloom.csu.edu.au on October 16th.