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Issue 1
3 February 2009


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NORTHERN EDITIONS FEATURE PRINT

Northern Editions print

Rammey Ramsey
Branding Iron 2005
Etching on paper
Image size: 49.2 x 29.2cm; Paper size: 61 x 81cm
Edition of 50
Collaborator: Leon Stainer
Printer: Jacinta Numina-Waugh
Price: $1200 (including GST)

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CDU PRESS FEATURE BOOK

CDU Press Feature book

Yalangbara: art of the djang'kawU
Margie West,
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Tterritory (MAGNT)

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Darwin 200

The Darwin200 initiative celebrates the life and legacy of Charles Darwin. Celebrations are centred on Darwin’s 200th birthday in February 2009.

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CDSS09

Registrations are now open for the Charles Darwin Symposium 2009, Charles Darwin: Shaping our Science, Society and Future.

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TOP NEWS STORIES

Charles Darwin

12th Feb is Charles Darwin's 200th birthday

February 12 will mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of eminent naturalist and father of modern day evolutionary theory Charles Darwin.

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Rolf Gerritsen

Big recession storm yet to hit the NT, says NT academic

The NT may be reliant on public service and government jobs, but could still feel the full effect of Australia's recession, says an Alice Springs-based academic. Read more >>

Adrian Walter

Adrian Walter wins Australia Day Honour

He's been recognised for his years in musical education and the
"transformative effect" his brainchild - the Darwin International Guitar Festival
- had on the Australian music soundscape.Read more >>

International student numbers on the rise at CDU -

International student numbers are continuing to increase at Charles Darwin University and are projected to rise by a further 20 per cent over the next four years, according to figures from CDU’s International Office. Read more >>

RESEARCH

SSPR creative tropical city project

With the right support, Darwin could have a reputation for creative innovation and intellectual prowess, according to research led by Charles Darwin University’s School for Social and Policy Research. Read more >>

Effect of feral buffalo at Kakadu

The ecological effect of feral buffalo on Kakadu National Park has been the focus of a research study by a team of prominent Charles Darwin University researchers. Read more >>

STUDENTS

Alice nursing ladies

CDU readies itself for nursing boom 

Central Australia is set to benefit from a boom in nursing students visiting the region with the announcement of new lecturers and new clinical facilities at Charles Darwin University’s Alice Springs campus.Read more >>

PhD candidate Kayli Wild presents paper in Timor Leste

A PhD candidate from Charles Darwin University is working to increase understanding of maternal health in East Timor.Read more >>

CDU Nurse Practitioner program

As the NT Intervention transits its second year, the health of Indigenous Territorians in remote communities remains at crisis point. . Read more >>

STAFF

Stephen Garnett and Gabriel Crowley

Stephen Garnett & Gabriel Crowley honoured with Birds Australia Award

Two prominent Charles Darwin University researchers have received a national award to honour their outstanding contributions to the field of birds in the Australasian region.Read more >>

David Winston

NT education pioneer passes

The first Dean of Science of the former Northern Territory University (NTU) has passed away, aged 65. Read more >>

REGIONAL CAMPUSES

David Reilly

Alice Administrator brings wealth from the bush

The new campus administrator at Alice Springs, David Reilly, brings with him 20 years' experience in remote and Indigenous education. Read more >>

ARTS

northern editions print

Northern Editions feature print

Rammey Ramsey’s powerful etching depicts, as the title suggests, a horse branding iron; an important symbol evoking the time he spent as a younger man working as stockman and horse breaker. Read more >>

COMING UP ON CAMPUS

25 February : Orientation 2009 - Casuarina campus
5-6 February Fostering Sustainable Behaviour Workshops - Darwin CBD

For more information go to What's On >>