When it was time for Francine Lee to re-join the workforce and find a new career, she dug deep and reinvented herself.
Charles Sturt University’s Christopher Orchard, Sub Dean, Academic, for the Faculty of Arts and Education explains why the arts are so important to regional Australia.
Casey Dodd chose nursing as her profession because she wanted to help and to heal. As a young mum of four children she had completed a Certificate III in Aged Care but wanted more. So, she applied to Charles Sturt University to study a Bachelor of Nursing.
If you’re wondering if a postgraduate degree will be worth your time, money and energy – read on. (Spoiler alert: it definitely is.)
Discover how Charles Sturt researchers are helping with drought policy – and trying to save an endangered frog species.
Discover how sponsors can open up opportunities, and provide guidance, as you look to move your career forward
Dr Jessica Zachar makes people smile. Not just because of the Charles Sturt University graduate’s great work as a dentist and lecturer, but also as a result of her commitment to give back to rural and regional communities.
Charles Sturt University scholarships are here to help students just like you.
Mentoring has many benefits, for mentors as well as those being guided.
The Sloane’s froglet is a small creature in need of a huge amount of help. Charles Sturt University’s Dr Alexandra Knight became their advocate.