A well dressed English lady talking to us from next to a Christmas tree? No it’s not the Queen but our very own Executive Dean delivering her end of year message!
Big thanks to all staff and students at Port Macquarie campus who are doing such a fabulous job looking after our fire fighters, and congratulations to two of our Port Macquarie based academics.
BJBS recently hosted 65 budding entrepreneurs at our Port Macquarie campus and a range of our courses have just secured re-accreditation with the Australian HR Institute.
Helping women into cyber security, the Faculty gathers in Wagga for the L&T Symposium, and visits to partners in the Maldives and Cambodia. All in this month’s Executive Dean update.
BJBS staff took out awards in each of the three CSU Excellence categories, which is a great reflection on their efforts and dedication.
Launch events were held in July for the new Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Resilience course.
An international residential school was held at the Canadian Police College incorporating a visit to the Canadian Senate on Parliament in Ottawa.
CSU Engineering have conducted another successful Engfest – this year with some new features added to the programme, including a photography competition.
During 2019, will see the first international students graduating from the Port Macquarie campus – a perfect time to come together and celebrate.
We’ve been visiting China as part of our China Joint Cooperation Program – our partnership with some of these universities has surpassed 20 years.