Issue 7
Monday
09 May
2016
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s fortnightly news bulletin. Read on to find out about research that is targeting hearing disorders, and plans for our mid-year graduation ceremonies.


Michael Grant QC has been appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory

Incoming NT Chief Justice reflects on study years

A law alumnus has accepted the highest judicial appointment in the Northern Territory, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Michael Grant QC is currently the Solicitor-General for the Northern Territory, and will replace retiring Chief Justice...

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A fisher in Timor-Leste casts his net over small schools of inshore fish in front of his village

Talks to focus on livelihoods of northern neighbours

International experts will gather at Charles Darwin University this month to discuss the issues surrounding the livelihoods of communities dependent on coastal resources in the Arafura and Timor seas.

The international research symposium, entitled “...

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Other Research News


Automotive lecturer Robert Tucker: “A hands-on informative course with a focus on safety”

Women to lift bonnet on car mysteries

Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs has designed an automotive course for women, which will be run for the first time this week.

VET lecturer Robert Tucker said the “Women know your car” short course would help counter balance a field of...

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Dr Don Zoellner: “Different solutions to similar problems”

Zoellner paper top of the class

Alice Springs academic Dr Don Zoellner has received high praise for a paper he presented to Australia’s leading vocational education and training research conference recently.

Dr Zoellner’s paper “Fixing problematic apprentice systems: there is never...

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Other Staff News


Essington School student Natasha Byrne

Award activates high schoolers at CDU

Six high school students who are studying or training at Charles Darwin University have received an award that aims to empower young Australians.

Essington School student Natasha Byrne was the only Territorian to receive a silver award in the recent...

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Experts on the Go

Seminar: International Network for Indigenous Ecological Farmers (INIEF) Walking Workshop, Taiwan
Who:...

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From left: Darwin Middle School students Sarah Melenewycz and Shayla Fattore construct a bionic hand.
Marrara Christian College students Andrew Donvan, Digby Williams, Jessie Schatz and Issac Dimmick with a hovercraft.
Roseberry Middle School students Zane Brown and Storm Delaney work together on creating a Helter Skelter tower.
Sanderson Middle School Kyri Patsalides works on a Mars buggy.

Students take on Science and Engineering Challenge

Hundreds of Darwin students have put on their scientific thinking caps and competed in the annual Science and Engineering Challenge at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus.

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Ngamarra, 2015

Ngamarra, 2015

Banduk Marika

Etching, 40 x 40cm [print]

Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU2931

Reproduced with permission of the artis

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