Issue 8
Monday
23 May
2016
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s fortnightly news bulletin. Read on to find out about the university’s first Larrakia academic-in-residence and innovative solutions to overcome the North’s tough environment.


Dr Colin Watson: “If you take the nurses away, you’ve got nothing”

Nursing lecturer tells of Libyan tragedy

A Charles Darwin University lecturer has spoken of his experience in a troubled African nation to illustrate the value of nursing to a national health system.

Alice Springs based lecturer in health Dr Colin Watson said events in Libya in recent years...

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CDU Nursing Museum Curator Janie Mason (centre) at the launch of her paper entitled “An Anzac journey from Adelaide River to Lemnos”

Shout out to NT nurses and teachers

A Charles Darwin University academic is putting out a call to former nurses, educators and community groups who worked in the Territory before modern communications. 

Senior lecturer in Business Studies Dr Susan Bandias is calling for personal...

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Other Research News


Cookery lecturer Matthew Cook: “hospitality industry-standard meals”

Chef to deliver smorgasbord of skills

Commercial Cookery lecturer Matthew Cook returns to Groote Eylandt today where he will teach high school students the fine art of hospitality kitchen operations for the next two weeks.

It will be the travelling chef’s fourth trip to a remote...

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Other Community News


Larrakia woman Bilawara Lee is CDU’s first Larrakia academic-in-residence

CDU names Larrakia academic-in-residence

A respected Larrakia Elder who is acknowledged internationally as a community communicator, healer and teacher of the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal spirituality and healing has been appointed as Charles Darwin University’s first Larrakia academic-in-...

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Other Staff News


Certificate IV in Community Services Linda Zaborskis receives her scholarship from Minister for Education Peter Chandler

Students receive $1m in scholarships

Charles Darwin University has presented scholarships valued at almost $1 million to 72 students during its Semester 1 donor scholarship ceremonies.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks congratulated all participants and thanked donors for...

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Other Students News


Experts on the Go

Event: UNIFI Creative Symposium
Who: John Dahlsen, PhD candidate
When: Saturday May 28
Where: Brisbane

Event: Australian and New...

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Master of Business Administration graduate Yvonne Grace Caloyon celebrates with daughter Graciella Venice Caloyon
Diploma of Management graduates (from left) Jaclyn Carter, Tessa Cubillo and Cassandra Hazelbane have great cause for celebration
Bachelor of Accounting graduate Xuelian Angie Ng with her brother, Antonie Ng, and parents Marie and William Ng
Bachelor of Laws graduate Tessa Hoogerbrugge at the Thursday morning ceremony

CDU celebrates graduates at ceremonies in Darwin


Proud family and friends joined Charles Darwin University staff last week to congratulate the university’s newest graduates.

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Nyapilingu

Baluka Maymuru

Etching

40 x 39.5cm [print]

Acquired through the CDU Foundation, 2015

Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU2930

Reproduced with permission of the artist

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