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Official account for the progressive and award-winning Australian university
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CSU research proposal aims to enhance the quality of life of people living with dementia in the Mid North Coast region by examining their experiences in creative and arts-based programs. Read more: http://ow.ly/ANnm30mF8Am
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CSU alumni and CEO and founder of 10thousandgirl, Zoe Lamont, has a passion for social enterprise, women's rights and financial equality. Her work is empowering women and changing lives. Read her story: http://ow.ly/rcTC30mDvx5
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Caitlin has been busy making new friends on her CSU Global trip in Zimbabwe.Thanks for sharing your #CSUlife!  🐘
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In the latest Workplace Gender Equality Agency scorecard it was highlighted that CSU are exceeding the national average for women in management positions. Read more: http://ow.ly/zm2X30mDuY8
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2018 CSU NAIDOC Award recipient, Kristy-Lee Wickey, wants to help close the gap in Indigenous health and inspire other Indigenous women to follow their dreams.
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CSU welcomes Professor Amanda Barnard as interim Head of School for the Joint Program in Medicine with Western Sydney University (WSU). Read more: http://ow.ly/6pST30mBIpH
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PANDA Day will be held on on Tuesday 13 November in Port Macquarie on the Town Green. As a father of five, Charles Sturt University social work student Mr Daniel Pye feels that during and after pregnancy there could be more support for new parents and their mental health. Read more: http://ow.ly/JOo930mzVoN
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Contemporary organisations are increasingly recognising the individual strengths people can bring to teams and projects, challenging the stereotype of leadership. CSU Lecturer in Management Marcelle Droulers explains.
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Looking at your phone while in the presence of others – called phubbing – has become commonplace. CSU Associate Professor Yeslam Al-Saggaf surveyed a group of 385 people to find out when they were most likely to look at their smartphones and if they were guilty of phubbing during face-to-face conversations.
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New residents have been spotted on our Wagga Wagga campus just in time for session three🐤 The baby plovers were snapped out and about exploring their new home. Thanks Geoff for sharing your #CSUlife !
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