When you study theology, you can chose to focus on one of four areas. But what are the four types of theology? A Charles Sturt academic has the answer. Continue reading Study theology: what are the four types of theology?
Find out how Charles Sturt student Clay is putting his environmental science learning into action to help our koala population. Continue reading Environmental science: how Clay is putting learning into action for an Australian icon
Discover how learning the Wiradjuri language with Charles Sturt helped Leanne rediscover her heritage, and focus on the future. Continue reading How the Wiradjuri language connected Felicity to her heritage
Angus French is studying a Bachelor of Communication (Radio) at Charles Sturt University. It’s a course with lots of hands-on learning. However, uni isn’t all about studying. Let’s get the lowdown from Angus on what a typical week looks like … Continue reading What it’s really like to study radio at uni
IT jobs are growing, changing and providing career opportunities to professionals across industries. Find out where the biggest IT jobs growth is happening. Continue reading The top 8 emerging IT jobs
H2O. It’s the stuff of life. But it’s not unlimited. As we face ever more drastic shortages, we see the effects of a lack of water across our regions. Not least in the Murray-Darling Basin. Beneath the media headlines about … Continue reading The Murray-Darling Basin: how Charles Sturt research helps the water flow
What distinguishes the fourth industrial revolution, and what skills do you need to make your mark in it? Continue reading The fourth industrial revolution: what is it and how can you thrive in it?
A chance encounter led Charles Sturt alumna Jaime Thurston down a different career path – starting a charity to make a difference. Continue reading Starting a charity to make a difference – one life at a time
Leanne wants to improve Aboriginal mental health. Discover her vision for the future and the support from Charles Sturt that helped her make it a reality. Continue reading Aboriginal mental health: Leanne’s vision for a brighter future