On Monday, January 29, Mr. Darren Chester MP, the Shadow Minister for Regional Education, toured Charles Sturt University in Orange.
On Monday, January 29, Mr. Darren Chester MP, the Shadow Minister for Regional Education, along with Mr. Sam Farraway MLC, the NSW Shadow Minister for Regional Transport and Roads, visited Charles Sturt University in Orange. During the visit, they engaged with students and met with senior staff, including Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Renée Leon, Professor Lesley Forster (Dean of the Charles Sturt School of Rural Medicine), Professor Damien Limberger (Associate Head of School and Professor in Medicine), and Dr. James Wickham (Senior Lecturer in Physiology within the Charles Sturt School of Dentistry and Medical Sciences).
Mr. Darren Chester MP and Mr. Sam Farraway MLC were given a guided tour of Charles Sturt University’s cutting-edge health facilities at the Charles Sturt School of Rural Medicine and the School of Dentistry and Medical Sciences. The School of Rural Medicine, currently in its fourth year, began its third-year work placements for the second cohort of students on January 29. These placements occur in one of the nine regional clinical schools, spread across NSW and extending into rural Victoria.
In this visit, Darren inspected the facilities and services offered and the modern infrastructure that supports the holistic education. He appreciated the efforts of the Charles Sturt University in its focus on offering high quality education through modern teaching practices.
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