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2014 Events calendar

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Event/seminar
January  
Until Feb 21, 2014Mon - Fri
10am - 4pm
In Print 20/20: Charles Darwin University Art Collection
19SunMental Health First Aid workshop
February  
12WedLecture by Tim Berra - Charles Darwin: The Concise Story of an Extraordinary Man
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Event title:Charles Darwin: The Concise Story of an Extraordinary Man - Lecture
Presenter:Tim Berra
Location:Mal Nairn Auditorium
Date / Time:February 12, 2014 6pm
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Author Tim Berra's lecture will go for approximately 90mins follwed by refreshments. You can purchase Mr Berra's book and he'll be available for book signing.
Target audience: General public
24 - 28Mon - Fri

2014 Orientation Week
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26WedLecture by Tim Berra - Darwin & His Children: His Other Legacy
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Event title:Darwin & His Children: His Other Legacy - Lecture
Presenter:Tim Berra
Location:Blue 1.1.01
Date / Time:February 26, 2014 6pm
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Author Tim Berra's lecture will go for approximately 90mins follwed by refreshments. You can purchase Mr Berra's book and he'll be available for book signing.
Target audience: General public
March
1SatConcerts on Campus
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7FriInternational Women's Day morning tea
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Event title:International Women's Day morning tea
Presenter:Northern Institute
Location:CDU Casuarina campus - Mal Nairn Auditorium
Date / Time:Maarch 7, 2014 9:45am for a 10am start
Contact person:
E: thenortherninstitute@cdu.edu.au
P: 8946 7468
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Gold coin donation and all proceeds will go to the Dawn House. Special guests will also present about domestic violence against Indigenous women in the Northern Territory.
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8SatRain Dance - A musical adaption of the book Rain Dance
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19WedThe Conversation - publishing in Australia's best-read research & news site
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Event title:The Conversation - publishing in Australia's best-read research & news site
Presenter:Liz Minchin - Senior Editor, The Conversation
Location:Yellow 1.1.39
Date / Time:Wednesday March 19, 2013, 3 - 4pm
Contact person:Liz Lycett
E: Liz Lycett
P: 8946 6430
Media release /
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Learn more about publishing your stories and research in The Conversation, Australia¹s best-read research & news site. Don't miss out on this opportunity to meet and chat with Liz about this growing new process. Learn how to benefit by sharing your stories with a wider audience.
Target audience: Researchers and anyone publishing in journals.
20 ThuMenzies Close the Gap Day Charity Breakfast 2014
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Event title:Menzies Close the Gap Day Charity Breakfast 2014
Presenter:Menzies School of Health Researchs
Location:Darwin Convention Centre
Date / Time:Thursday March 20, 2014, 7am
Contact person:Lucy Barnard
E: Lucy Barnard
P: 8922 8438
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Menzies is proud to once again partner with the Rioli Fund for Aboriginal Health and the Darwin Convention Centre for the annual Close the Gap Day Charity Breakfast to support research to improve Aboriginal lives. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can expect to live substantially shorter lives than other Australians - on average 12 years less - and experience higher rates of preventable illness such as heart disease, kidney disease and diabetes. Attendees will be treated to a complete sit down formal breakfast, enjoy cultural performances and have the opportunity to hear from two of Menzies' leading projects dedicated to improving Indigenous health and wellbeing. The Northern Institute.
Target audience: Open to the public
21FriHarmony Day Diversity Festival
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Event title:Harmony Day Diversity Festival
Presenter:International Student Support
Location:Student Square
Date / Time:Friday March 21, 2014
Contact person:Casey Hollway
E: Casey Holloway
P: 8946 6490
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Celebrate Harmony Day with representatives from over 15 cultural organisations across Darwin. Enjoy free food and entertainment, as well as demonstrations such as hair braiding, Irish dancing, Nepalese dancing, henna tattooing and hair braiding. Entertainment from from local act Rambutan Jam Band and CDU's resident DJ Ricky Sanger! FREE Soccer Tournament with prizes!.
Target audience: All CDU students
22SatCDU Anniversary Dinner
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Event title:CDU Anniversary Dinner
Presenter:CDU
Location:Darwin Waterfront Convention Centre
Date / Time:Sat March 22, 2014, 7pm
Contact person:Natalie Bell
E: Natalie Bell
P: 8942 3388
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In 2014 Charles Darwin University will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of University Education in the Northern Territory with a gala dinner at the Darwin Waterfront Convention Centre on Saturday 22 March. These celebrations acknowledge the important role Charles Darwin University and its predecessor institutions have played in the Northern Territory's maturation - in educating and enriching the lives of Territorians, in the development of a Territory workforce and professionals who have ability and experience tailored to the unique Territory environment, and in meeting industry and community needs for knowledge and expertise. The University has made, and will make, a significant contribution to the Territory's growing prosperity and place in the Asian century, as well as making a strong contribution to education and knowledge nationally and internationally.
Target audience: Open to anyone in the CDU and Northern Territory community who would like to attend.
25 - 26Tue - Wed2014 Faculty Careers Fair
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Event title:2014 Faculty Careers FairAid
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU Casuarina campus, MalNairn Auditorium, Red 7
Date / Time:March 25 - 26, 2014
Contact person:Liz Hendry
T: 08 8946 6288
E: Liz Hendry
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The 2014 Faculty Careers Fair provides a great opportunity for CDU Students and Graduates to meet with potential employers and allows employers to enhance their profile and promote their recruitment opportunities.
Target audience: Students and External Employers.
30SunMental Health First Aid
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Event title:Mental Health First Aid
Presenter:Hana Morrissey
Location:CDU Casuarina campus, building yellow 3, room 14
Date / Time:Sunday March 30, 2014
Contact person:Hana Morrissey
T: 0417 246 597
E: Hana Morrissey
W: More information.
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The Third edition Standard Mental Health First Aid MHFA) course is based on the international MHFA Guidelines. These guidelines were developed using consensus of mental health consumers, carers and professionals from English-speaking developed countries.
Target audience: Adults over 18 years old.
April  
6SunPharmacy Continuous Professional Development
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Event title:Pharmacy CPD
Presenter:
Location:CDU Casuarina campus, Yellow 3.1.14
Date / Time:Sunday April 6, 2014, 10am - 12pm
Contact person:Hana Morrisey
E: Hana Morrisey
P: 8946 6838
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As a precursor to our developing plans to offer regular continuous professional development sessions, relayed through University facilities to Katherine and Alice Springs, we are offering this session this coming Sunday at the Casuarina Campus in Darwin.
Target audience: Registered pharmacists, pharmacy interns, pharmacy students and other registered health professionals.
7MonLiving Archive  Of Aboriginal Languages' Launch
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Event title:Living Archive  Of Aboriginal Languages' Launch
Presenter:Launched by Dr Tom Calma AO, Chancellor of the University of Canberra
Location:Northern Territory Library, Parliament House, Darwin.
Date / Time:Monday April 7, 2014, 5 - 6:30pm
Contact person:Katrina Britnell
E: Katrina Britnell
P: 8946 6838
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The Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages contains thousands of books in Australian Aboriginal languages produced in the Northern Territory during the era of bilingual education and digitised with permission for public access.

The archive contains books in over 25 Indigenous languages from 20 different communities, and includes traditional stories, language instruction, histories, songs, experience stories, ethno-scientific texts and others.  Access the archive here.

The archive will be launched by the Dr Tom Calma AO, recently accompany a talk by Professor Michael Christie of the Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University entitled 'Aboriginal languages, literatures and technologies in the Northern Territory since the 1970s'.  

The talk is a reflection on Professor Christie's over 40 years involvement with bilingual education, linguistics and literature production in the NT, and the ways in which Aboriginal philosophies and pedagogies have influenced the production and use of literature over the years.

Target audience: Open to the public - media welcome
8TueFulbright Scholarship information session
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Event title:Fulbright Scholarship information session
Presenter:Charles Darwin University
Location:CDU Casuarina campus
Date / Time:April 8, 2014 12pm - 1pm
Contact person:
E: Maryanne McKaige
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Target audience: Staff and education professionals
8TueFulbright public lecture - presented by Professor Murray Loew
Download Beneath the surface: science in the aid of art (and the kindred fields of medicine and remote sensing) (PDF 270kb)
Professor Loew will present Beneath the surface in the aid of art ( and the kindred fields of medicine and remote sensing).
Event title:Fulbright public lecture
Presenter:Professor Murray Loew
Location:CDU Casuarina campus Building Red 6.1.05
Date / Time:April 8, 2014 3pm - 4pm
Contact person:
E: Maryanne McKaige
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Target audience: Staff and education professionals
8Tue
Event title:The 'Close the Gap' Campaign
Presenter:Dr Tom Calma AO, Chancellor of the University of Canberra
Location:Northern Institute, Yellow Building 1, Level 2, Room 48 (Red Room)
Date / Time:Tuesday April 8, 2014, 11am - 12:30pm
Contact person:Katrina Britnell
E: Katrina Britnell
P: 8946 6838
Media release /
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Dr Calma will discuss the origins of the Close the Gap Campaign and the journey that culminated in a record 1,250 community sponsored events to celebrate National Close the Gap Day 2014.  Health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples will only be achieved if we address the social determinants of health, we empower people to understand their health challenges, we create opportunities to be healthy and we work in partnerships.  Closing the gap is a generational challenge and we are just starting the journey.

Target audience: Open to the public
The 'Close the Gap' Campaign
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Event title:The 'Close the Gap' Campaign
Presenter:Dr Tom Calma AO, Chancellor of the University of Canberra
Location:Northern Institute, Yellow Building 1, Level 2, Room 48 (Red Room)
Date / Time:Tuesday April 8, 2014, 11am - 12:30pm
Contact person:Katrina Britnell
E: Katrina Britnell
P: 8946 6838
Media release /
additional information:

Dr Calma will discuss the origins of the Close the Gap Campaign and the journey that culminated in a record 1,250 community sponsored events to celebrate National Close the Gap Day 2014.  Health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples will only be achieved if we address the social determinants of health, we empower people to understand their health challenges, we create opportunities to be healthy and we work in partnerships.  Closing the gap is a generational challenge and we are just starting the journey.

Target audience: Open to the public
9WedAustralian Aid to Bougainville: Impact Assessment and Development of a Robust Approach
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Event title:Australian Aid to Bougainville: Impact Assessment and Development of a Robust Approach
Presenter:Steven Kolova, Student, Masters of Arts Degree
Location:Northern Institute, Yellow Building 1, Level 2,      Room 48 (Red Room)
Date / Time:Wednesday April 9, 2014, 10 - 11am
Contact person:Katrina Britnell
E: Katrina Britnell
P: 8946 6838
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This study is aimed to assess and evaluate whether a better impact could have been achieved by Australian aid towards Bougainville's post-conflict socio-economic and political restoration development. It further recommends that Australian aid resources could achieve a better impact if aid policy and procurement processes are realigned shaped by various aspects in Bougainville including: the post conflict situation demands and the availability of resources which determines development priority areas.
Target audience: Open
10 & 12Thu & SatCDU Art Gallery - Made to last: the conservation of art - Conservator & Artists' Floor Talks
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Event title:CDU Art Gallery - Made to last: the conservation of art - Conservator & Artists' Floor Talks
Presenter:A NETS Victoria exhibition in partnership with the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne and supported by Latrobe Regional Gallery.
Location:CDU Art Gallery, Orange 12, Casuarina campus
Date / Time:Thursday April 10, 2014, 12 noon and
Saturday April 12, 2014, 11am
Contact person:Anita Angel
E: Anita Angel
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Guest curator, conservator & artists' floor talks.
Thursday: Sherryn Vardy, exhibition curator & exhibitions manager, NETS Victoria, Melbourne, visiting Melbourne artist Ghostpatrol and Darwin artists Winsome Jobling & Sarah Pirrie. Saturday: Lisa Nolan, Conservator, MAGNT, and Darwin artists Winsome Jobling & Sarah Pirrie.
Entry is free.
Target audience: Open to the public
April 10 - June 27CDU Art Gallery - Made to last: the conservation of art
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May  
Until June 27 CDU Art Gallery - Made to last: the conservation of art
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6 - 8Tue - ThuScience and Engineering Challenge
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Event title:Science and Engineering Challenge
Presenter:Engineers Australia / CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina campus)
Date / Time:May 6 - 8, 2014
Contact person:Keely Quinn
E: Keely Quinn
P: 8981 4137
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A program that brings school groups together to compete.  It offers a wide range of activities that might include; building a moon buggy or hovercraft, constructing a bridge, supplying a small city with lights or developing viable water systems.
Target audience: Open to the public
12 - 15Mon - ThuHigher Education Week
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Event title:Higher Education Week
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina Campus)
Date / Time:May 12 - 15, 2014
Contact person:Trisha Mellow
E: Trisha Mellow
P: 8946 6387
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A program that provides Secondary School students, Career Adviser's and Teachers who are interested in an opportunity to experience university life, attending higher education classes from the participating disciplines.
Target audience: Year 11 and 12 students.
14WedLord Mayor's International Student Reception
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Event title:Lord Mayor's International Student Reception
Presenter:The Honourable Katrina Fong Lim
Location:Lord Mayor's Chambers, Darwin Civic Centre
Date / Time:May 14, 2014 2pm - 3:30pm
Contact person:
E: Casey Holloway
P: 8946 6490
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This event is an opportunity for commencing international students to be formally welcomed to Darwin and learn more about the history of the city in which they now reside.
Target audience: International students are invited to express interest in attending this event via the following link: Lord Mayor's International Student Reception.
26MonFaculty of Law, Education, Business & Arts Prize Giving Ceremony
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Event title:Faculty of Law, Education, Business & Arts Prize Giving Ceremony
Presenter:Faculty of Law, Education, Business & Arts
Location:Red 1.3
Date / Time:Monday May 26, 2014, 5:30pm
Contact person:Alison Chin
E: Alison Chin
P: 8946 6830
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The prize giving ceremony is a celebration of scholarly success recognising the outstanding performance of the Faculties' students in their academic programs in the previous calendar year.
Target audience: Prize recipients
27TuesEHSE prize giving ceremony
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Event title:EHSE prize giving ceremony
Presenter:Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment
Location:TBA
Date / Time:Tuesday May 27, 2013, 5:30 - 7pm
Contact person:Ruttiya McElroy
E: Ruttiya McElroy
P: 8946 6838
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To identify and recognise the student that has produced the highest GPA and presented outstanding academic achievement for thier unit in 2013.
Target audience: Recipients of awards.
29 - 30Thu - FriWorldskills Australia Try-A-Skill Darwin
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Event title:Worldskills Australia Try-A-Skill Darwin
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina Campus)
Date / Time:May 29 - 30, 2014
Contact person:Trisha Mellow
E: Trisha Mellow
P: 8946 6387
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A interactive event that brings RTO's, Industry Professionals and Secondary School students together to explore 'Hands On' the many career opportunities offered via VET study, entry level options across a variety of identified skill shortage areas.
Target audience: Year 9 students.
June  
Until June 27 CDU Art Gallery - Made to last: the conservation of art
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10TueThe Art and Science of Teaching Institutes - workshop
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Download the event registration form (PDF 233kb)
Event title:The Art and Science of Teaching Institutes
Presenter:Dr Janelle Wills and Jan Hoegh
Location:TBC - Darwin
Date / Time:June 10, 2014 9am - 4pm
Contact person:
E: Hawker Brownlow Professional Learning Solutions
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This interactive, engaging workshop introduces and explains the instructional framework from The Art and Science of Teaching.
Participants learn the 10 design questions to ask when planning a unit of instruction, the three segments of each lesson to prepare, and the 41 elements of effective teaching to master, with specific attention to engagement.
Target audience: Staff and education professionals
July  
16WedSemester 2 Orientation
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Event title:Semester 2 Orientation
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU
Date / Time:Wed July 16, 2014
Contact person:Nattapong Teerakaew
T: 08 8946 6533
E: Nattapong Teerakaew
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Whether you are a first time student, returning to study or re-enrolling, Orientation is a must for you. Charles Darwin University (CDU) recognises the importance of ensuring that all students are familiar with their campuses, course requirements and the services available. Orientation will help you find your way around campus, put you in touch with people from all over the world and provide an introduction to your course, the staff and all the services available to you. Orientation will ensure that you are well equipped to begin studies - if you miss Orientation you will be missing essential information and lots of fun!
Target audience: Students
August  
1FriCareer Adviser's Day
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Event title:Career Adviser's Day
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina Campus)
Date / Time:Aug 1, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
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Adviser's are invited to attend the information day that is specifically designed to update them with new information and courses the University has to offer.
Target audience: Career Advisors.
12TueNT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Katherine campus)
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Event title:NT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo Presenter: CDU
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU Katherine campus
Date / Time:Tuesday August 12, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
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With more courses on offer each year and with constantly changing career opportunities and study pathways NTGSEC will provide students with the opportunity to access important information to get you on the right study and career path.  Open to all high school students and the general public.  Come and visit the CDU Stand to get the latest information on courses and career opportunities we have to offer.
Target audience: General public
13WedWorldskills Australia Try-A-Skill Rivers Region Katherine
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Event title:Worldskills Australia Try-A-Skill Rivers Region Katherine
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Rivers Region - Katherine)
Date / Time:Wed August 13, 2014
Contact person:Trisha Mellow
E: Trisha Mellow
P: 8946 6226
Media release /
additional information:
An interactive event that brings RTO's, Industry Professionals and Secondary School students together to explore 'Hands On' the many career opportunities offered via VET study, including entry level study and pathways across a variety of identified skill shortage areas.
Target audience: Secondary School students
13 - 14Wed - ThuNT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Casuarina campus)
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Event title:NT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Casuarina campus)
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU Casurina campus
Date / Time:August 13 & 14, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
Media release /
additional information:
With more courses on offer each year and with constantly changing career opportunities and study pathways NTGSEC will provide students with the opportunity to access important information to get you on the right study and career path.  Open to all high school students and the general public.  Come and visit the CDU Stand to get the latest information on courses and career opportunities we have to offer.
Target audience: General public
19TueNT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Tennant Creek campus)
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Event title:NT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Tennant Creek)
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU Tennant Creek
Date / Time:Tue August 19, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
Media release /
additional information:
With more courses on offer each year and with constantly changing career opportunities and study pathways NTGSEC will provide students with the opportunity to access important information to get you on the right study and career path.  Open to all high school students and the general public.  Come and visit the CDU Stand to get the latest information on courses and career opportunities we have to offer.
Target audience: General public
21ThuVincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture
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Event title:Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU
Date / Time:Thursday August 21, 2014
Contact person:Marissa Briston
T: 08 8946 6202
E: Marissa Briston
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The Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture commemorate the Wave Hill Station walk-off led by Vincent Lingiari with his Gurindji people and other groups in August 1966 as a significant act by those involved as it was a catalyst for Aboriginal people, not only in the Northern Territory but across Australia, to have their rights to traditional lands recognised and for those lands to be returned. The Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lectures, run since 1996, have included presentations by Sir William Deane (1996), Gough Whitlam (1997), Galarrwuy Yunupingu (1998), Patrick Dodson (1999), Malcolm Fraser (2000), Brian Manning (2002), Linda Burney MP (2006), The Honorable Fred Chaney AO and Associate Professor Sue Stanton (2007), Kev Carmody (2008), Joe Neparrŋa Gumbula and Associate Professor Gracelyn Smallwood (2009), Megan Davis (2010), Professor Marcia Langton (2011) and Dr. Chris Sarra (2012).
Target audience: General public
21 - 22Thu - FriNT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Alice Springs campus)
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Event title:NT Skills, Employment & Careers Expo (Alice Springs)
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Alice Springs capmus)
Date / Time:August 21 - 22, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
Media release /
additional information:
With more courses on offer each year and with constantly changing career opportunities and study pathways NTGSEC will provide students with the opportunity to access important information to get you on the right study and career path.  Open to all high school students and the general public.  Come and visit the CDU Stand to get the latest information on courses and career opportunities we have to offer.
Target audience: General public
24SunCDU Open Day (Casuarina)
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Event title:CDU Open Day (Casuarina)
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina campus)
Date / Time:Sun August 24, 2014
Contact person:Go to the CDU website
W: www.cdu.edu.au/openday
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Open to the general public, school students and families - a showcase of  the study opportunities available at CDU, across our many campuses, and the various community organisations we engage and work with.
Target audience: General public
September  
4ThuAustin Asche Oration
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Event title:Austin Asche Oration
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU
Date / Time:Thursday September 4, 2014
Contact person:Marissa Briston
T: 08 8946 6202
E: Marissa Briston
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This oration honours the service of Austin Asche AC QC to the people of the Northern Territory and his contribution to the law, tertiary education and to the community.
Target audience: General public
15 - 23Mon - TueLearning and Teaching Week
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Event title:Learning and Teaching Week 2014
Presenter:Various
Location:Casuarina Campus 15-19 September
Alice Springs Campus 15, 16, 19, 22 & 23 September
Date / Time:Mon Sep 15 - Tue Sep 23
9am - 4pm
Contact person:Alison Reedy
E: Alison Reedy
P: 8946 6484
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Learning and Teaching Week 2014 will be focused around daily themes that inspire creativity with new and emerging technologies and innovative teaching and learning practices and encourage CDU staff to engage with the scholarship of learning and teaching.
Target audience: CDU VET and HE teaching and academic staff
17Wed
Event title:Discovery Day
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina Campus)
Date / Time:Sep 17, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
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A hands on interactive day for Year 10 students giving them a taste of uni and providing them with information about the opportunities that are available to them once they finish high school.
Target audience: Year 10 students.
Discovery Day
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Event title:Discovery Day
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina Campus)
Date / Time:Sep 17, 2014
Contact person:Tanya Weatherstone
E: Tanya Weatherstone
P: 8946 6226
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additional information:
A hands on interactive day for Year 10 students giving them a taste of uni and providing them with information about the opportunities that are available to them once they finish high school.
Target audience: Year 10 students.
17 - 18Wed - ThuWorldskills Australia Try-A-Skill Alice Springs
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Event title:Worldskills Australia Try-A-Skill Alice Springs
Presenter:CDU / GTNT
Location:CDU (Alice Springs Campus)
Date / Time:Sep 17 - 18, 2014
Contact person:Jess Farrer
E: Jess Farrer
P: 8955 6900
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A 'Hands On' interactive event that brings RTO's, Industry and Secondary School students together to explore the many career opportunities, access options and skill sets across a variety of identified skill shortage trade areas.
Target audience: Year 9 students.
19Fri2015 VETiS Information Day
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Event title:2015 VETiS Information Day
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU - Casuarina Campus and Palmerston Campus
Date / Time:Sep 19, 2014
Contact person:Trisha Mellow
E: Trisha Mellow
P: 8946 6387
Media release /
additional information:
An opportunity for school staff, students and parents to attend up to 2 program information sessions at both campuses, delivered by lecturers.  Program content information and Expressions of Interest (EOI's) forms will be available.
Target audience: School staff, parents and students.
October  
21 - 23Tue - ThuConocoPhillips Science Experience
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Event title:ConocoPhillips Science Experience
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Casuarina Campus)
Date / Time:Oct 21 - 23, 2014
Contact person:Trisha Mellow
E: Trisha Mellow
P: 8946 6387
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A 3 day program that investigates the various careers available in Science, Engineeng & Technology, through a variety of interactive activities such as field trips, excursions, specimen collections, laboratory analysis and presentations from leading professionals.
Target audience: Year 9 students.
November  
13Thu2015 VETiS Information Day
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Event title:2015 VETiS Information Day
Presenter:CDU
Location:CDU (Alice Springs Campus)
Date / Time:Nov 13, 2014
Contact person:Lyle Mellors
E: Lyle Mellors
P: 8959 5291
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An opportunity for school staff, students and lecturers to attend up to 2 programs delivered by lecturers. Program content information and Expressions of Interest (EOI's) forms will be available.
Target audience: School staff, parents and students.
28FriThe Emerging Face of Midwifery- Education & Research Conference
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Event title:The Emerging Face of Midwifery- Education & Research Conference
Presenter:Dr Virginia Skinner- Midwifery Course Co-ordinator CDU
Location:Mal Nairn Auditorium, Casuarina campus, Charles Darwin University
Date / Time:Friday 28th November, 2014, 8:30am - 5pm
Contact person:Dr Virginia Skinner
E: Dr Virginia Skinner
P: 0408 427 612
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Charles Darwin University students and midwives will showcase their own experiences that have provided unique learning opportunities towards learning, research and clinical practice, not only in the NT but also internationally. This conference provides an opportunity to explore current research and perinatal trends in the Northern Territory. Some of the topics include birthing in Papua New Guinea, delayed cord clamping, diabetes in pregnancy, a student's insight into a cadaver experience, the effect of skin to skin contact and breastfeeding on PPH, and Flu Mom and preterm kidney research studies.
Target audience: Student midwives, registered midwives, medical students, General Practitioners
December  
   

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