Issue 16
Monday, 12 September 2016
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s fortnightly news bulletin. Read on to find out about a $1 million bequest and research that supports kerbside recycling at Alice Springs.


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Top Stories
The incoming Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President Operations Mrs Meredith Parry

New senior executive set to join CDU

Charles Darwin University has announced the appointment of its Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President Operations.

Mrs Meredith Parry, who will take up the newly created role based in Darwin on 26 September, has worked in the VET and higher...

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Research
Environmental management students at Girraween Lagoon, from left: James Wyatt and Benjamin Aidoo

Water bugs indicate health of Top End lagoon

Charles Darwin University environmental management students have collected aquatic insect and plant samples at a unique lagoon outside Darwin to determine its health status.

The nine Master of Environmental Management students collected dragonfly and...

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Other Research News


In the Community
Business and industry representatives attend a CDU hosted Chamber of Commerce, Business at Sunset event. Photo courtesy ORI

Business, industry flock to Waterfront event

Charles Darwin University, through the Office of Research and Innovation, partnered with the NT Chamber of Commerce to host a successful Business at Sunset event last week, showcasing the Business School at the Waterfront and CDU’s capabilities.

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Other Community News


Staff
Dr Christian Bok with his book The Xenotext: Book 1

Creative writer explains his ‘living poem’

Charles Darwin University’s new creative writing lecturer has explained his ambitious "living poem" science project to delegates at the Visualising Top End Research Conference in Darwin.

Prize-winning international author Dr Christian Bok gave a...

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Students
Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Indigenous Resource Management and Indigenous Social Policy) student Tara Liddy

Arrernte woman wins Global Voices scholarship

A social justice advocate and high-achieving Indigenous student has been awarded a scholarship to attend the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in the United States.

Tara Liddy is a southern Arrernte/Luritja woman and has been awarded...

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Other Students News


Experts on the Go

Experts on the Go

Australia and New Zealand Forensic Science Symposium
Who: Professor Martin Jarvis, Professor of Music
When: September 21
Where: Auckland
More:...

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In Pictures
From left: students Susma Maski and Suzie Riamam prepare model Suzu Thapa for the runway
Student Rhiannon Weeding applies makeup for Tiani O'Shaughnessy
Model Asmita Baral wears a traditional wedding gown
Skye Howard models work by hair and beauty student Bayley Evans

Time to Shine fashion show

Charles Darwin University hair and beauty students created a night of Hollywood glamour during the recent "Time to Shine - Red Carpet" awards show at Palmerston campus.

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Art in Focus
The Broken Beak

The Broken Beak

Franck Gohier (b. 1968, Brittany, France.  Resides Darwin, Australia), 2013, Screenprint, Edition number: 41/99, 45.5 H x 32.5 W cm, Gifted by the artist, 2016, Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU2999

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Events

CDU Engagement with China

15 September, 2016

4:30pm to 6:30pm

The 2016 CDU Engagement with China Event will showcase activities undertaken by the Confucius Institute; CDU’s diverse research collaboration, education and training initiatives with partner Chinese...

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