Issue 5
Monday
06 July
2020
Charles Darwin University

E-news


Professor Reuben Bolt says reconciliation means many different things to different people

Reconciliation a move towards equality

Ensuring Indigenous Australians share equally in the wealth of the nation is essential to realising reconciliation, according to Indigenous advocate and CDU academic Professor Reuben Bolt.In a video address to the CDU community, the Pro Vice -Chancellor...

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Dr Audrey Rachlin tracked the source of the melioidosis-causing bacterium

Melioidosis research traces source to reduce spread

Research by a Charles Darwin University PhD graduate, who tracked the source of the melioidosis-causing bacterium, could help develop future public health measures in communities prone to infection.The research through the Menzies School of Health Research by...

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Other Research News


Student Emma Lupin displays some of her work from the Cyanotypes short course

CDU Art Immersion courses expand creative pathways

Budding and experienced artists alike have the chance to expand their creative expertise through a series of short courses on offer at Charles Darwin University.The Dry Season Art Immersion short courses are being run by artists who are specialists in their...

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Other Community News


The enigmatic New Guinea giant softshell turtle (hatchling) is one of the freshwater turtle species that are at risk of disappearing before researchers have time to study them. Photo by Dr Carla Eisemberg, Kikori River, Papua New Guinea

Experts warn of species’ imminent extinction

A Charles Darwin University ecologist has joined 50 experts with the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group to publish the most comprehensive study of the extinction risks for turtles and...

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Other Staff News


Cheers Award winners (from left) Drew Whitehouse, Alyssa Miller, Mollie Teale, Skye Clayton and   Jo-Anne Wright

High achievers scoop Cheers Awards

Charles Darwin University has presented five high-achieving Indigenous students with Cheers Awards in recognition of their outstanding achievements.The winners are enrolled in Education-related degree courses: Mollie Teale, Jo-Anne Wright, Drew Whitehouse,...

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Other Students News


Manish Sapkota
Caroline Hewlett
Dipesh Subedi
Xiaoman Cao

Getting food to those in need

Every Friday CDU staff hand out emergency Food Bank food hampers to students in need. The hampers contain essential grocery options and are a helping hand for those affected by the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.The Food Bank parcel program was made possible...

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Monsoon Forest

Monsoon Forest

Anna Reynolds, Monsoon Forest, 2009, Inkjet print on canvas, Donated to the Charles Darwin University Art Collection in 2010, CDU1829

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