Issue 13
Tuesday, 02 August 2016
Charles Darwin University
E-news

CDU Engagement with Indonesia

A range of initiatives that reflect Charles Darwin University’s strong relationship with Indonesia has recently been showcased at Casuarina campus.

The CDU Engagement with Indonesia event highlighted education and research collaborations and other initiatives in the region, such as midwifery clinical placements in Bali and Indonesian mangrove rehabilitation efforts.

CDU Midwifery students from left: Jessica Macauley, Cherry Lin and Fridae King
Students Lara whitehouse, Hannah Ling and Kyaw Naing
Midwifery students Zoe Carmichael and  Kate Thompson with lecturer Theresa Clasquin
Speakers at the event included researchers, lecturers and students at CDU
From left: International Admissions Support Officer Juliet Cooper and International Student Support and Events Officer Lana Guo
Bahasa Indonesia student Lara whitehouse takes the podium
Pro Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment Professor Sue Carthew hosted the event
NT Cattlemen’s Association project manager Carley Bidstrup discusses this year's NTCA Indonesia Australia Pastoral Program
The crowd watches PhD candidate Clint Cameron on the screen during documentary, “Taking Stock – Carbon Stock Assessment of Rehabilitated Mangroves in Tiwoho, North Sulawesi”