Lead­er­ship and In­dige­nous stu­dent con­fer­ence

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VAR­I­OUS KEITH UR­BAN ALAN JACK­SON LUKE COMBS GLEN CAMP­BELL SAM HUNT CHARLES Sturt Univer­sity (CSU) Chair of In­dige­nous Af­fairs, Dr Stan Grant Jr, at­tended and spoke at the Charles Sturt Univer­sity third an­nual Stu­dent Lead­er­ship Con­fer­ence and In­au­gu­ral In­dige­nous Stu­dent Con­fer­ence in Dubbo on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 1.

More than 60 Charles Sturt Univer­sity stu­dents gath­ered to hear well known In­dige­nous jour­nal­ist, au­thor and so­cial com­men­ta­tor Dr Stan Grant Jr de­liver the key note ad­dress. He also ad­dressed a spe­cial work­shop for CSU In­dige­nous emerg­ing lead­ers.

Grant dis­cussed CSU’S com­mit­ment to im­prov­ing ed­u­ca­tional out­comes for stu­dents in re­gional Aus­tralia. The con­fer­ence theme was ‘CSU val­ues stu­dent lead­er­ship’.

Matthew Costa Age: 19 Sta­tus: Sin­gle What’s your job?

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Best part of your job? Best ad­vice your mother gave you? Eat your car­rots If you could be in­vis­i­ble for one day, what would you do? I would be the ul­ti­mate

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Favourite quote/say­ing? Some­thing you can’t live with­out? Food Naugh­ti­est thing you did when you were a child? Three words to de­scribe me are... Tall, dark and

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PHOTO: DUBBO PHOTO NEWS/ SARAH HAR­VEY

Cus­tomers Re­tail and you will see well Quo usque pro roma ibis Stole my sis­ter’s juice boxes

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