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As Australians prepare to commemorate 100 years since the Anzac landing at Gallipoli, CSU academics and artists are reflecting on the impact of the war on those left behind on the home front.
Army chaplains and churches have played a significant role in commemorating Australia's war efforts, including organising the first Anzac Day services, according to a CSU lecturer.
CSU has announced that Professor Sue Thomas, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), will be leaving the University.