CSU recognises Ross Chambers' contributions to the university

Recognition: Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture executive director Rt. Reverend  Professor Stephen Pickard, The Honourable Margaret Reid, AO, Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers, CSU Vice-Chancellor Professor Andy Vann and CSU Chancellor Dr Michele Allan at the official ceremony.

Recognition: Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture executive director Rt. Reverend Professor Stephen Pickard, The Honourable Margaret Reid, AO, Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers, CSU Vice-Chancellor Professor Andy Vann and CSU Chancellor Dr Michele Allan at the official ceremony.

Officials have gathered for the opening of the newly-completed Chambers Pavilion in Canberra.

The centre is named in honour of Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers.

The honour recognises Professor Chambers’ exceptional services to the university and the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) in Canberra.

The Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture began in 1998 as an ecumenical venture for engagement with Australian culture and the issues of the day, and is unique in Australia. 

Professor Chambers made many significant contributions and held numerous appointments at CSU.

Professor Chambers was involved in the establishment of CSU Port Macquarie and acted as head of campus for Port Macquarie on a part-time basis from 2013 to 2015.

Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers speaks at the official opening of the newly-completed Chambers Pavilion.

Emeritus Professor Ross Chambers speaks at the official opening of the newly-completed Chambers Pavilion.

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