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The hub will be led by Professor Michael Douglas from Charles Darwin University

CDU to host new environmental research program for Northern Australia

Northern Australia’s unique natural environments will benefit from a $24 million investment in environmental research by the Australian Government. The Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub...

CDU Professorial Fellow Dr Diane Brown AO says she is honoured to receive an Order of Australia

Veteran academic receives Order of Australia

A Charles Darwin University Professorial Fellow has been awarded an Order of Australia for her contributions to health and nursing in Australia and beyond.Dr Diane Brown AO recently became an Officer...

From left: Director of the North Australian Centre for Oil and Gas Professer Suresh Thennadil, the Honourable Natasha Griggs MP, Member for Solomon, the Honourable Senator Simon Birmingham, Assistant Minister, Education and Training and Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks

Federal Government delegates attend roundtable at CDU

A Federal Government delegation recently took part in roundtable discussions with Charles Darwin University staff and industry and training partners during a Casuarina campus visit.At the roundtable...

CDU congratulates first NT trained doctors

CDU congratulates first NT trained doctors

Charles Darwin University has congratulated Flinders University and the NT Government following the graduation of the first doctors to be educated entirely in the Northern Territory.Eight completing...

The academic and social Orientation program will allow students to become familiar with the campus

Kick-start your academic year

New and returning students will converge on Charles Darwin University campuses and centres across the country this month as part of Orientation 2015.Hundreds are expected to attend a range of...

CDU Foundation Chair Ms Annette Burke presents Dr Rama Jayaraj with The Ryan Family Award

Dedicated staff awarded for exceptional performance

Charles Darwin University staff have been recognised for their outstanding dedication, energy and commitment in their work at the end-of-year staff awards ceremony.Awards were presented to academic,...

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The first online searchable and extendable Yolngu Matha (Languages) dictionary has been launched by CDU

CDU launches first online Yolngu dictionary

The first online searchable and extendable Yolngu Matha (Languages) dictionary has been launched by Charles Darwin University as a tool for students, researchers, Yolngu language workers and the...

Northern Institute Research Associate Hannah Payer

Researcher to explore impacts of NT Indigenous incarceration rates

A researcher will hold a public lecture on how remote Indigenous communities might be affected by high Indigenous incarceration rates in the Northern Territory.Northern Institute Research Associate...

Plasmodium vivax is responsible for millions of cases of malaria each year

Research provides insight into severe malaria

New research into the malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax has provided insights into why people infected with this malaria species may develop severe disease.Plasmodium vivax is responsible for...

From left: CDU researcher Sam Pickering with project partner leader from collaborating university, Universitas Nusa Cendana, Dr Wayan Mudita and Pak Agus from CARE Indonesia

Small-scale mining has big consequences

The recipients of a $1 million Federal Government Partnerships for Development grant to monitor the impacts of artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) in eastern Indonesia have recently returned from...

Northern Institute Senior Research Fellow Professor Helen Verran will run the public lectures

Public lectures to unlock philosophy of social science

Two public lectures on the philosophy of social science and other knowledge traditions will be held at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus this month.Senior Research Fellow at the Northern...

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CYCM Acting Director Chen Hui oversees the arrival of the new polished ebony pianos

New pianos roll in for start of music year

The Centre for Youth and Community Music (CYCM) at Charles Darwin University has boosted its fleet of pianos in time for the start of the teaching year, which began recently.Two new Yamaha upright...

AILC CEO Rachelle Towart, Professor Steven Larkin and Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia (Larrakia Nation) CEO Dr Donna Odegaard sign the MOU

Partnership to build future Indigenous leaders

A Memorandum of Understanding to assist aspiring Indigenous leaders has been formalised between Charles Darwin University’s Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) and the...

Indonesian staff and students visit Casuarina campus. From left: UGM student Muhammad Luthfiyanto, law lecturer Professor Mailinda Eka Yuniza, and students Hanggana Rasas P.T. and Lulu Fitriani

Indonesian students examine Australian law

Indonesian students have gained an insight into Australian law through a program run with Charles Darwin University.CDU School of Law staff hosted 29 law students and three staff members from Gadjah...

CDU horticulturalist Scott McDonald suggests Top End residents tend to their gardens over the wet season

Expert offers advice for gardeners this wet season

The Top End’s wet season is the perfect time of year for residents to prepare their gardens.Charles Darwin University Horticulture and Aquaculture team leader Scott McDonald has encouraged garden...

Chadd Mumme recommends eating locally caught fish over the wet season

Local seafood a great catch this wet season

Territorians have a range of fresh locally caught seafood on offer to create a unique dining experience over the wet season.Charles Darwin University Aquaculture lecturer Chadd Mumme advised shoppers...

Ecological Studies of the Bonaparte Archipelago and Browse Basin

Campus library welcomes INPEX donation

Among the new books on the shelves at Casuarina campus library are three volumes that reflect CDU’s burgeoning relationship with energy developer INPEX.Director Library Services Ruth Quinn said the...

Justin Busse … “Heavy vehicle twist”

Automotive students in fast lane to oil and gas jobs

A new training program designed to develop the skills of Territorians seeking opportunities in the oil and gas industry has kicked off at Charles Darwin University with a full class of 20 students....

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Associate Professor Alison King with Peter Cullen Trust Chair Professor John Thwaites

Water researcher earns leadership recognition

Charles Darwin University researcher Associate Professor Alison King has graduated as one of the 2014 Fellows of the Peter Cullen Trust Water and Environment Trust after being selected to take part...

Law lecturer Felicity Gerry QC will maintain her position at CDU following her admission to the Supreme Court of the NT

NT Supreme Court admits law lecturer

Law lecturer Felicity Gerry QC has been admitted to the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory.Ms Gerry said she particularly looked forward to practising in areas of transnational law and...

Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP recently presented CDU law student Jared Ivory with the scholarship

Talented law student receives New Colombo Plan scholarship

A Charles Darwin University student has joined a select group of talented undergraduates from across Australia in receiving a prestigious scholarship.Law student Jared Ivory will travel to Indonesia...

New program to boost NT teacher numbers

New program to boost NT teacher numbers

A new program that will provide more opportunities to prepare graduates and address current and predicted teacher shortages in the Northern Territory is now on offer at Charles Darwin University.The...

Timorese students visit Kakadu National Park during their trip to Darwin as part of the program

Timorese students complete new training program

Students from Timor-Leste have completed the first phase of a new oil and gas training program delivered by Charles Darwin University.The 11 students gained important industry knowledge and skills in...

CDU’s Head of the School of Health Professor Rose McEldowney

Students secure disability services scholarships

Four Charles Darwin University students have received scholarships as part of the Northern Territory Government Disability Scholarship Program.The annual scholarships, valued at up to $2500 each, aim...

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Participants have undertaken training at CDU's Katherine Rural Campus

Program to boost work-ready Katherine apprentices

Students have completed a six-month intensive training program aimed at boosting the number of work-ready apprentices in the Northern Territory.The participants from urban and remote communities...

Mike Keating … looking forward to teaching and tourism

Four new lecturers boost CDU Alice teaching team

A career educator with a background in tourism and a love for rugby union has been appointed the new team leader for Tourism and Hospitality at Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs.Michael...

John Bateup inspects the MALU before its departure to Titjikala in the Simpsons Desert

Alice lecturers poised for academic year in Outback

Several of Charles Darwin University’s Alice Springs based lecturers are poised for long journeys into the Territory Outback as the academic year gets underway this month.Lecturers will depart for...

The first nail technology class starts at Palmerston campus next week

Students snap up places in nail technology class

A Charles Darwin University lecturer says the surge of public interest in personal services has provided the impetus for a new vocational education and training course in nail technology.Sales and...

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