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Yalbilinya Ngurang: Wagga Wagga


Name: Sarah Rosetta


Campus: Wagga Wagga

I visit Ngunggilanha on Wednesdays from 12:30-2:30pm (during session).

Hi, I’m Sarah, one of the librarians here at the Wagga Wagga Campus on Wiradjuri Country.

The Blue Mountains region of NSW is where I spent my early years and where I will always call home - I have very fond memories of growing up in such a beautiful part of this country.

Fresh out of high school, I made the journey to Wagga Wagga in 2007 to complete my undergraduate studies at Charles Sturt. A little while after graduating, my partner and I made the move to Sydney where I worked at an arts funding government organisation. It was such an exciting experience and I got to be part of some inspiring national and international projects.

When life led us back to Wagga Wagga, I started to think about how I might build on my strengths and reshape my career. I was drawn to studying librarianship and information studies as I’ve always had a such an immense appreciation for the role that libraries play for their communities – there is literally a space for everyone. The best part about working at the Library is seeing those ‘aha!’ moments when assisting our users.

Please drop in or get in touch – it’d be great to see you at the Library or when I visit Ngunggilanha.

Wagga Wagga Campus

Wagga Wagga learning commons

Wagga Wagga Campus Library is situated within the Learning Commons in building 13. The Learning Commons includes a 24/7 study area that provides students with computer stations, printing facilities, study booths, parents room and much more.

Wagga Wagga Library holds one of the largest collections. With focus on single study carrels, group study and meeting rooms, as well as computer workstations and wireless connectivity, Wagga Wagga library is a fantastic resource for students. Our friendly librarians are on hand to help at all times.

Some of the main areas of study at Wagga Wagga are Animal and Veterinary Sciences; Information Studies; Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health; Education; Visual and Performing Arts and Agriculture. The Library holds a wide range of resources to cover these subject areas.

Charles Sturt University acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which its campuses are located, paying respect to Elders, both past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples.Acknowledgement of Country

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