Charles Sturt University has announced Miriam Dayhew as the new campus head at Wagga Wagga. Dayhew is the university ombudsman in Wagga Wagga. Her previous roles include Murrumbidgee division controller with the State Emergency Service and multiple volunteer roles. The head of campus is held for a period of up to four years. Dayhew is expected to play a lead role in working with communities and civic leaders to inform regional and campus planning. With a background of senior positions in NSW Health, Dayhew has direct knowledge of one of the key priorities for the region and CSU – particularly the need to ensure equity in the delivery of health and community services to people in rural and regional areas. CSU vice-chancellor professor Andrew Vann said, “Miriam has a passion for the development of our region and community engagement, and has been an active contributor to the thinking of the university around how to better meet the needs of our communities through higher education and research.”
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