It has been a big year! There have been so many achievements…in my last post for 2018, I’ll share a few of them, including most recently our December graduations and International policing conference. Thanks everyone!
It is with great pleasure to announce Dr Judith Gullifer to the position of Sub-Dean (Partners & Quality) for the Faculty of Business Justice & Behavioural Sciences.
We have a new Director of Online Subject Development, workshops aimed at generating new courses tailored for industry, and a new conference!
Why does the Winchester Report matter? What was launched in Bathurst recently? And when is the next TOL drop-in session? Find out in the latest update from Tracey Green.
Cesar Alvarez, from AGSPS, has secured a grant from DFAT to run an Australia-Colombia Policy Dialogue.
There’s new staff resources for our University Strategy, and SCM have just had their courses accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS) for another five years!
Earlier this month, CSU hosted the fifth annual Cyber Security Symposium (CSS2018) in Wagga, raising awareness of cybercrime activity and its impacts on small- to medium-sized enterprises.
Dr Bede Harris recently gave evidence to the federal parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, chaired by Senator Patrick Dodson. Find out what he had to say.
Our CSUEngineering team and students have once again done a brilliant job with Engfest 2018. Also this month, our Psycholology Honours students are embarking on new research.
BJBS researchers are showing exploring small-to-medium business owners trust in their accountants, the relationship between effective on-the-job training and performance of nurses and how women can help address the lack of skilled workers in traditionally male-dominated trades.