Issue 9
Monday
05 November
2018
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s news bulletin. Read on to meet the Deans who are heading the university’s six new colleges and learn about new research findings that show current approaches to calculating the release of greenhouse gas by rivers is inaccurate.


Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks looks forward to the positive impacts of the restructure

VC welcomes College Dean team

CDU’s higher education academic restructure is now complete with the arrival on 22 October of the final of the six College Deans.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks said that with the Dean of the College of Engineering, IT and Environment...

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Research Fellow Dr Clément Duvert has found the amount of greenhouse gas released by rivers is not being calculated accurately

New research finds issues with greenhouse gas calculations

New research led by CDU’s Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods has found the amount of greenhouse gas released by rivers is not being calculated accurately.

Published recently by Nature Geoscience, the research details a...

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Other Research News


Dr Valerie Asche, one of the inaugural recipients of the Companion of Menzies award

Menzies rewards commitment to health research

Professor Paul Torzillo has been awarded the prestigious Menzies Medallion for his leadership nationally in Aboriginal health care, research and policy.

Professor Torzillo was presented with the award in recognition of his work to improve the...

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Other Community News


Director of Library Services Anthony Hornby

Library 'top shelf', say users

Charles Darwin University library is well used, important and delivering great services, according to a recent client satisfaction survey.

In the Insync Library Client Satisfaction Survey, CDU Library’s score of 82.9 has it ranked first when...

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Other Staff News


A CDU staff member and several students are among the finalists at the Australian Training Awards

CDU well poised for national training awards

Charles Darwin University will be well represented at the Australian Training Awards in Sydney next week with two high-performing students and a staff member in the running for national kudos.

Among them is Austin Asche Apprentice of the Year Nathan...

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Other Students News


Kathy Mills and Dr Wendy Ludwig, with a photograph of Wendy’s mother and Kathy’s sister who was among the stolen generation
Myfany Turpin and Penny Smith
Coral Beebe with Caroline Joswig
Tina Huddleston, Dorrie-Anne Raymond, Les Huddleston and Nicole Huddleston

Remembering Wave Hill

A pivotal moment in Australia’s Indigenous social and political history resonates through the CDU Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, which was opened by NT Senator Malarndirri McCarthy on 31 October.

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Vincent Lingiari

Vincent Lingiari

Dr Hannah Middleton, Vincent Lingiari with Gurindji Mining Lease and Cattle Station sign, 1970. Courtesy of Dr Hannah Middleton.

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