Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Research

We seek to encourage applied research that will benefit the communities in our regions, as well as the communities that we serve nationally and internationally.

Business

As part of our work in Business, many of our researchers have obtained nationally competitive grants as well as industry and government funding, and published their research findings in leading national and international journals.

The strong investment of the University in research in the Faculty has lead to substantive improvement in several key disciplinary areas in the Commonwealth government's latest Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) review, a result we are seeking to build on in coming years.

Justice

We are actively engaged in high-profile research projects that contribute to legal advocacy and policy change. We are committed to building CSU's profile as an institution on the forefront of research that:

  • builds and sustains the environment
  • fosters resilient and healthy communities
  • promotes and evaluates regional development
  • cultivates a civil and just society
  • partners with Indigenous communities and organisations
  • engages in reflexive educational and professional practice

Behavioural Sciences

As scientists, psychologists undertake fascinating research into every imaginable aspect of human behaviour.

Researcher Development Calendar

Activity

Dates

Location

Facilitator

Training Session: ECR & New Academic Research Staff (1/2 Day)

8 July
12pm - 4.30pm

Bathurst
Building 1411, Room 218

Associate Dean Research
Faculty Research Liaison Officer
Research Office

9 July
9am - 1pm

Canberra
VC ADM CA02 3000.G09

10 July
8am - 12pm

Port Macquarie
Building 801, Room 2064

11 July
9am - 1pm

Albury
VC IVT AW02 751.202
CD Blake Theatre

12 July
8.30am - 12.30pm

Wagga Wagga
VC BUS WW01 28.214

Workshop: Publishing Qualitative Research

27-28 August

Wagga Wagga

Associate Professor Nick Hopwood (UTS)

Workshop: Using SPSS – an introduction to univariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis

27-28 August

Wagga Wagga

Professor Mark Morrison
Professor Kevin Parton

Workshop: Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) and Partial Least Squares (PLS)

21-23 October

Wagga Wagga

Professor Steven D’Alessandro

Workshop: Introduction to Qualitative Research

21-23 October

Wagga Wagga

Professor Oliver Burmeister
Associate Professor Yeslam Al-Saggaf

Workshop: Journal Writing

12-15 November

Bathurst

Professor Mark Morrison

Forms

Research Development Grants