Did you know Anth Saliba is the winner of the Most Productive Researcher Award for the School of Psychology, and No. 3 Most Productive Researcher (by Category A RPI Publication Points), for the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Science.
2022 has started with a bang and there is lots of activity in the background with many staff writing bids, reports, and articles so it’s bound to be a bumper year of research ahead.
In case you missed it the University announced via the DPC site the winners of the Faculty Research and Teaching Awards.
A huge congratulations to Ramudu Bhanugopan, Dawn Tukuniu, Sandra Savocchia, Karen Bell, Valerie Ingham, Quazi Mamun, Anna Corbo Crehan, Anthony Saliba, and all involved (sorry if I have missed some names) for organising the Tri-Faculty HDR Conference.
Did you know the School of Computing, Maths and Engineering update their recent success and achievement regarding research on their DSRU webpage
Congratulations to Professor Russell Roberts for Chairing the 3rd Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Workplace Symposium
This virtual conference provides opportunities to highlight Charles Sturt’s existing networks in “value creation in knowledge”
The Office of Research Services and Graduate Studies has just launched a new Grant Writing Toolkit for Charles Sturt academics.
The Library has developed lots of different resources to help your students develop their skills.
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