Issue 20
Monday
07 November
2016
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s fortnightly news bulletin. Read on to find out how the Northern Territory Government is supporting research into climate change impact on mangroves, and meet CDU’s new Chief Financial Officer.


Dr Linda Ford, of the Northern Institute

Indigenous project receives $360,000 grant

The Australian Government has awarded almost $360,000 to a Charles Darwin University research project that will focus on aspects of the Yolngu people in North-east Arnhem Land.

The Minister for Education, Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham, announced...

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Other Top Stories


A paper co-authored by Amanda Lilleyman suggests the Torres Strait Pigeon lingers longer in Darwin than previously thought

Darwin winter ripe for pigeons

A project looking at the migration behaviour of a well-known bird species found in and around Darwin has discovered they call the city home for longer than previously thought.

Charles Darwin University Research Institute for the Environment and...

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Other Research News


The NT’s newly crowned Tango Champions Margaret McGregor and Professor Simon Maddocks

VC taps into Tango talent

Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks revealed deeply hidden talents when he donned patent leather pumps and took to the dance floor at the recent Dancing with the Celebrities Gala Ball in Darwin.

Professor Maddocks, who before becoming Vice-...

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Newly appointed CFO Anne Coulter

Territorian takes up financial reins

A life-long Territorian has taken up the role of Chief Financial Officer of Charles Darwin University. Ms Anne Coulter joined the university last Monday after eight years as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the Darwin Port Corporation.

A graduate of...

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Other Staff News


The Flycatcher team at the launch on campus

Flycatcher a stage for creative students

The latest Flycatcher magazine, featuring artwork, stories and photographs by Charles Darwin University students, has been launched.

Flycatcher editor-in-chief Jennifer Macdonald said the magazine was a voice, creative outlet and source of...

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Other Students News


Experts on the Go

Panel discussion: Women in prison – is the justice system fit for purpose?
Who: Felicity Gerry QC, Senior Lecturer in Law
When: Nov 8...

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Demographer Dr Andrew Taylor at the launch of his new book at the CDU Business School at the Darwin Waterfront
CDU students Chevy Brown, Ana Vuin and James Thurmer
Northern Institute Director Professor Ruth Wallace and  Dr Andrew Taylor at the launch of “Settlements at the Edge”
CEO of the Department of the Chief Minister Jodie Ryan with Dr Andrew Taylor

Settlements at the Edge launch

A book launched in Darwin offers fresh insight into the opportunities and challenges facing remote settlements in the modern world.

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The Torresian Wupu Pigeon

The Torresian Wupu Pigeon

Bryan Bulley; Acrylic on canvas; 2016; Acquired for Charles Darwin University, 2016; Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU3095

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