The Henty Machinery Field Days are just around the corner and CSU will be hosting a hub that will showcase farming and agriculture over the three days.
There will be representatives at the hub, including the AgriTech Incubator and CSU Boutique Wines.
Jonathan Medway, a research fellow from the Graham Centre, will explain how GPS and satellite imagery is aiding farming.
Mr Medway said the farming is familiar to about 90 per cent of farmers, but he will endeavour to educate farmers on the best ways of using it.
"There's value in farmers hearing from independent information sources on how to use new and improved technology," he said.
CSU alumna Aimee Snowden will speak about how she has established a career in agricultural communications from her family's farm in Tocumwal.
"I'm sharing the everyday of farming, that's what resonates and that's what consumers want to connect with," she said.
"The farming industry is great at saying there's a huge diversity of careers, but not always good at showing it.
"I want to work in the career aspiration space and highlight that a career in farming isn't just about being a farmer."
The university will also host a "soft" launch of the new Bachelor of Agricultural Science across the three-day event.