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In an act of incredible generosity, Carole and Stanley Droder have bequeathed more than $3 million to the CSU Foundation to provide scholarships to residential undergraduate students.
A CSU academic is raising awareness of the hormonal changes in parents during pregnancy and birth to encourage a nurturing environment for newborns.
Selected personnel from one of the nation's leading media organisations last week completed the final phase of a specially-tailored course at CSU in Bathurst.
Government has a vital role in promoting interfaith dialogue as a key element in nurturing friendship across cultures, religions and nations, a CSU theologian told an international forum in Indonesia last week.
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