Issue 7 - 6 August 2013 enews home

Showcasing CDU’s research in Indonesia


Professor Sharon Bell

Professor Sharon BÏell

Charles Darwin University’s exchange of knowledge and skills for the advancement of education, public policy and enterprise in Indonesia and Australia was showcased at a recent event.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Sharon Bell hosted the CDU Engagement with Indonesia event, which illustrated the university’s engagement with Indonesian universities, government agencies and other knowledge sector bodies through research.

The presentations covered CDU’s diverse research collaboration, partnerships, capacity building, education and training initiatives and conference presentations, as well as CDU’s Indonesian student experiences of living and studying in Darwin.

CDU’s Research Centre for the Environment and Livelihoods Senior Research Fellow Dr Bronwyn Myers and Research Fellow Rohan Fisher, as well as Lecturer in Indonesian Dr Richard Curtis, were among the presenters.

Events showcasing CDU’s research engagement with Timor-Leste and China will be held on 29 August and 5 September respectively at the Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education on Casuarina campus.