Issue 8
Monday, 01 October 2018
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s news bulletin. Read on to learn about the upcoming Professorial Lecture by Professor Steven Greenland and the impact that our work on blue carbon is having in South-East Asia.


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Top Stories
Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove meets lecturer Arnie Kroezen and Timor-Leste trainees Joao, Rinew and Jose during his visit to CDU

Governor-General visits CDU

The university recently hosted a visit to Casuarina campus by the Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd) and Lady Cosgrove.Their tour took in the Trades Training Centre where Sir Peter received a demonstration...

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Research
Hooman Mehdizadeh Rad and Professor Jai Singh AM in the new laboratory

CDU advances with solar power research

CDU has started a new chapter in its bid to make organic solar cells more efficient and cost-effective.Under the guidance of eminent physicist Professor Jai Singh AM, the Northern Territory’s first photovoltaic cell laboratory has been set up at the Casuarina...

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Other Research News


In the Community
The university's youngest alumni enjoy their graduation

Territory’s youngest alumni graduate

A group of youngsters recently graduated from Children’s University Charles Darwin, making them the first Territory alumni of the international program.More than one-third of the 65 children identified as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. Students from...

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Other Community News


Staff
Vimal Parashar believes CDU has expertise and assets that can be globalised and can add value to a whole range of sectors

New Business Development Manager at CDU

CDU’s new Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships has been set the task of identifying and realising the commercial opportunities for the university’s research and expertise.Vimal Parashar has extensive commercial experience gained from...

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Other Staff News


Students
Sparks of creativity at Time to Shine

Time to Shine brings out the macabre and magnificent

Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter and dark fantasy’s Maleficent have provided some of the sparks of creative inspiration at Charles Darwin University’s hair and beauty showcase at Palmerston campus.A macabre zombie-esque beauty also was seen posing...

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Other Students News


In Pictures
Georgia Landon and Lucy Mueller (Alice Springs)
Jazmine Scott (Alice Springs)
Kamana Kandel prepared Sabina Neupane for a high society outing in Palmerston
Lisa-Marie Hauck and Hua-Cheng Tai went to the Mad Hatter's Tea Party in Palmerston

Time to Shine

Hair and Beauty students demonstrated high levels of technical and creative skills at the "Time to Shine" photo shoots in Alice Springs and Palmerston.

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Art in Focus
 Pila Nguru

Pila Nguru

Mick Rictor, Pila Nguru, 2018, acrylic on canvas, Charles Darwin University art collection (CDU3237), courtesy SALON Indigenous Art Projects and Spinifex Arts Project.

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