Yindyamarra Winhanganha. This is a Wiradjuri phrase meaning ‘the wisdom of knowing how to live well in a world worth living in.’
It’s at the heart of everything we stand for at Charles Sturt University. It informs the courses we offer, the research we do, and the ways we collaborate with our communities.
And it’s what drives our alumni – the people who are out there, now, making a difference in their career for communities across Australia and the world.
People like these.
Courtney Glazebrook is a champion – of Indigenous education, community resilience and political change.
Angus Thompson and Nina Oyama haven’t just changed television, they’ve changed people’s perceptions.
Pioneering midwifery services for women in remote communities? All in a day’s work for Tammy O’Connor.
Food – essential to life, and the driving force behind Dylan Male’s quest to ensure agriculture can meet people’s needs – now and in the future.
Helping others achieve social justice – it’s what drives Nicholas Steepe to make a difference each and every day.
Volunteering on her gap year sparked Zoe Lamont’s commitment to financial equality for all.
A life-long commitment to sustainability drives Jonathon Howard to make new discoveries and engage all Charles Sturt students.
Judith’s journey from humble beginnings to the top of her field shows just how far determination can take you.
Award-winning journalist Hamish MacDonald knows how storytelling can shape the world.
Every day Tristan Robinson goes to work knowing he is helping improve animals’ – and their owners’ – lives.
Tara Salmon has helped digital marketing start-ups reach the big time.
Andy Lamont plays a key role in ensuring regional equine industries thrive.
Ready to help create a world worth living in? Let’s get to work.