Issue 5
Monday
01 July
2019

E-news


CDU demographer, Dr Andrew Taylor is leading the survery into the drivers of population change

New CDU research to explore drivers of NT population change

Researchers from CDU are calling for people to take part in the biggest survey ever undertaken into the drivers of population change in the NT.

The call-out is to past, present and potential Territorians to participate in the survey. It is part...

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Lead researcher, Dr Alyson Stobo-Wilson found possums seem to be better off in the urban environment than they are in the savannas

North’s possum numbers in massive decline

Love them or hate them, possums are a quintessential part of the Australian backyard. But new research has found their numbers are in sharp decline.

A team of researchers from CDU has found the distribution of common brushtail possums across...

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Other Research News


Media and Communications Director Robyn McDougall receives the trophy from Australian Red Cross Blood Service Regional Partnerships Manager (SA/NT) David McFarlane

Rolling up the sleeves for a great cause

CDU’s staff and students have rolled up their sleeves to help save the lives of 300 people.

The CDU community takes part in an annual Red Cross Blood Service challenge, known as Red25, during which universities across Australia compete to lodge as...

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Other Community News


Dr Judy Lovell with some of the "Stuart" images on display

Art exhibit reflects multiple points of view

An exhibition of art works that reflect a wide range of attitudes towards a statue of explorer John McDouall Stuart has been on public display in Alice Springs.

Charles Darwin University Northern Institute Senior Research Fellow and co-curator Dr...

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Other Staff News


Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks, mace bearer Dr Colin Watson and Acting Chancellor Richard Ryan AO at the graduation ceremony in Alice Springs

Hundreds graduate in Adelaide, Alice

Almost 400 students were acknowledged for their academic achievements in mid-year graduation ceremonies in Adelaide and Alice Springs recently.

In Alice Springs, Director, Regional Engagement and Development Jay Walker said graduation marked a...

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Other Students News


Professor Philip Seltsikas, Simon Matthias, Jay Walker, Neil McLeod
Lyle Mellors and Andrew Everett
Marguerite Baptiste-Rooke, Meredith Parry, June Noble, Ken Davies
Donna Digby, Annie McLeod, Alana Richardson

Centralian Celebration

The CDU community in Central Australia celebrated student academic success with a Graduation Ceremony at the Alice Springs Convention Centre and an Indigenous Valedictory Ceremony at the local campus in June. The Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks...

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Binyinyuwuy, Banumbirr (Morning Star), natural pigments on bark, 137 x 71 cm, M041, © estate of the artist licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency Ltd courtesy Milingimbi Art & Culture

Morning Star

Binyinyuwuy, Banumbirr (Morning Star), natural pigments on bark, 137 x 71 cm, M041, © estate of the artist licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency Ltd courtesy Milingimbi Art & Culture

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