Issue 18
Monday
10 October
2016
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s fortnightly news bulletin. Read on to find out about the unveiling of an Indigenous artwork in a ceremonial space on Casuarina campus and how students are acquiring building skills by constructing a house in a remote community.


CDU law and accounting student Mark Munnich

Awards recognise CDU’s leaders

The Director of the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University and an Indigenous law student have been recognised for their outstanding leadership abilities.

Professor Ruth Wallace and Mark Munnich will compete in the national finals of the...

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Dr Anna Nicholson’s research has contributed to a national study

Research probes Indigenous smoking

Understanding the reach and impacts of tobacco control strategies on smoking rates in Australia’s Indigenous population has been the focus of PhD research by a Charles Darwin University graduand.

Originally from Victoria, it was while working as...

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Other Research News


At the History Colloquium, CDU historian Dr Steven Farram will discuss the heroic story of a celebrated Indigenous girl

Talks to reveal true Territory tales

Forgotten stories of Northern Territory history will be revealed by Charles Darwin University researchers and other experts during a free public forum on Saturday.

A brave Indigenous girl, Darwin’s first Greek settlers, and a Japanese prisoner of war...

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Other Community News


Animator Dan Hartney won two awards at the Capricornia Film Awards

Animator makes a splash at film awards

A Charles Darwin University animator has won two peak industry awards for a music video set in an imaginary underwater world.

The 3D animation and multimedia developer Dan Hartney won awards for Best Music Video and Best Animation at the recent...

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Other Staff News


Construction under way on the new house in Palumpa

Students build house and skill sets

A new house on the outskirts of remote Palumpa community has been constructed with expertise from Charles Darwin University’s School of Trades.

Construction lecturer Mark Fudge said the elevated weatherboard-style house was now at lock-up stage and...

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Other Students News


Experts on the Go

Annual History Colloquium
Who: Dr George Frazis
When: 15 October
Where: Darwin
...

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Commercial cookery lecturer Matthew Cook prepares an ocean-to-plate meal at NT Food Week
Participant Tanya Roberts learns to create a fish-based dish
Participant Shane Kearney uses crispy fish skin to garnish his dish
Participant Barbara Laurie with the salmon croquettes she created in class

NT Food Week

Budding cooks recently whipped up a range of healthy and decadent treats during Northern Territory Food Week at Charles Darwin University’s Palmerston campus.

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Chinute Chinute

Chinute Chinute

Koolpinyah Barnes; 2008; Cast bronze; 13 x 7 x 8cm; Acquired for Charles Darwin University, 2016; Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU2968

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