Issue 6
Tuesday
06 August
2019
Charles Darwin University

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Test drive VR (very real) opportunities at Discover CDU

Territorians to follow their dreams at CDU

CDU’s Casuarina campus will open its doors on Sunday 18 August to more than 5000 people with big dreams and more than a dash of curiosity. Discover CDU is a celebration of learning, featuring an extraordinary program of innovation, inspiration and...

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Other Top Stories


Feral and pet cats are taking a huge toll on biodiversity. Image: Anton Darius

Cats kill more than 1.5 billion native animals a year

A new book co-authored by a CDU environmental scientist has identified that pet and feral cats together are killing more than two billion mostly native reptiles, birds and mammals a year in Australia.The book, “Cats in Australia: Companion and killer”,...

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Other Research News


Prime Minister Scott Morrison with Indigenous Australians Minister Ken Wyatt

Indigenous Australians Minister to deliver Lingiari lecture

The Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, will deliver the 19th Annual Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at CDU’s Casuarina campus on 15 August.Mr Wyatt was appointed this year as the Minister for Indigenous Australians, making him the...

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Other Community News


Aspire alumni Minh Thang and CDU’s Aspire and Children's University Coordinator Joshua Barnes discussing ways to connect secondary students with higher education opportunities

New champion for aspiring students

The new face of CDU’s engagement with secondary school students is Joshua Barnes, who will coordinate the Aspire and Children's University programs.The Aspire Program is a pre-access pathway program targeting Northern Territory’s Year 10 to 12 students who ...

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Other Staff News


Researcher Amy Kirke’s work has been recognised by the L'Oréal Mentoring program to support women in STEMM

Shark study leads to STEMM recognition

Researcher Amy Kirke’s work to better understand sharks in the waters of the Top End has seen her gain entry to a program to support women in science.Amy was one of five female researchers selected to take part in the L'Oréal Mentoring program to support...

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Other Students News


Samara Glazbrooke, Nicole Silveira and Lwin Tey
Jacquelyn Agustin and Emmy Lang
Tai Bui, Linh Le, Thai Dau and Calvin Tran
John Dalton, Elime Risberget and Nalani Sawyer

Getting oriented

On a mid-July Monday, hundreds of new arrivals and returning students enjoyed a range of activities as Semester 2 Orientation kicked off. There were plenty of activities designed to familiarise students with their new surroundings including a gala breakfast,...

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