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A CDU Education graduate has used the power of music to help improve language and literacy skills in children across Australia, including First Nations children in remote NT communities.

CDU graduate hits the right notes to improve First Nations language and literacy

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) graduate has used the power of music to help improve language and literacy skills in children across Australia, including First Nations children in remote NT communities.

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The album Songs of Disappearance, produced by Charles Darwin University PhD candidate Anthony Albrecht, looks set to be another hit following the success of the bird song album he produced last year.

Frog sounds set to light up the music charts

The creative team behind an album of bird songs that shook the top of Australia’s music charts are at it again with a new album and a new animal.

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A Purple House patient creates ceramic art at CDU.

Exhibition showcases art’s healing power in Alice Springs

The healing power of art is reflected in an exhibition of First Nations ceramic works originating from a new collaboration, which co-mingles visual art education and well-being activities for Purple House dialysis patients in Alice Springs. 

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A new CDU introductory program is set to help guide First Nations people into studying health, education and arts.

New program to guide First Nations students into health, education and arts

A new CDU introductory program is set to help guide First Nations people into studying health, education and arts.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Research Associate Fiona Shalley from the Northern Institute, led the first study into residents’ social connections with the Territory.

Results from Territory-wide survey reveals key data about Territorians

Initial findings from a Charles Darwin University (CDU) social survey revealed four in five Territory participants identify as Territorians despite the highly transient nature of its population.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Goŋ Wanhurr Indigenous Corporation have collaborated to launch an immersive augmented reality exhibit highlighting Yolŋu culture, connections and knowledge.

Yolŋu artwork brought to digital life in immersive First Nations showcase

Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Goŋ Wanhurr Indigenous Corporation (GWIC) have collaborated to launch InDigiMatha, the ‘Indigenous digital tongue’ at the CDU Waterfront Campus on Thursday, November 10, with a tantalising selection of Goŋ Wanhurr’s augmented and virtual reality works.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) is continuing its push to attract Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students with a new multi-million-dollar scholarship fund.

CDU investing in research with new three-year scholarships

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is continuing its push to attract Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students with a new multi-million-dollar scholarship fund.

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More than 150 students are set to graduate from Charles Darwin University (CDU) today at a graduation ceremony held at the Sydney Town Hall.

CDU students set to graduate at Sydney ceremony

More than 150 students are set to graduate from Charles Darwin University (CDU) today at a ceremony held at Sydney’s Town Hall, in a first for the University.

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New record of CDU researchers among the most influential in the world

New record of CDU researchers among the most influential in the world

Researchers from Charles Darwin University (CDU) have enhanced their global reputations as some of the most influential in their fields in the world.

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