Issue 8
07 October
Charles Darwin University


CDU graduates enjoy the highest starting salaries in Australia

CDU in the lead where it matters

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is ahead of most other Australian universities in two measures that matter most to students: finding work after graduation and their starting salaries.

The Good Universities Guide 2019 – 2020 has reported that CDU...


Other Top Stories

CDU PhD candidate Rebecca Rogers is using weather radar data to better understand magpie geese

Weather radars reign for info on flying animals

Scientists are using weather radars, originally developed to measure rainfall, to study the flight patterns of birds, bats and insects. A researcher claims, however, that we should use radars to measure flying animals more often.

Charles Darwin...


Other Research News

College of Health and Human Sciences College Manager, Gus Diaz puts Katherine netballer Dawnellen Batkin through her paces at the CDU activity area at the NT Link Netball Championships

Athletes and CDU in elite partnership

At the recent 2019 NT Link Netball Championships, CDU Stadium provided a fitting backdrop to highlight the pathways to a career in elite sport.

As the Territory’s best netballers showcased their skills, the colleges of Health and Human Sciences and...


Other Community News

Professor Bogdan Dlugogorski will discuss the turmoil in the firefighting foam industry

Lecture to explore vexed PFAS question

An engineer and scientist with a distinguished career in research will examine the issues raised for petrochemical and aviation firefighting following the introduction of fluorine-free foams, when he delivers the final Charles Darwin University...


Other Staff News

From left: VET Teacher / Trainer of the Year Patricia Sweeney-Fawcett and Inpex Icthy's Nerida Kickett

Triple treat for CDU at training awards

Charles Darwin University has won the prestigious Training Provider of the Year trophy for the third year in a row at the 64th NT Training Awards in Darwin.

CDU and Menzies School of Health Research staff and students also won a host of individual...


Other Students News

Taeh Ledo and Jessica Kunde
Cecilia Bernardino and Genelyn Jenkinson
Alvin Goh with model Ivory Ling
Nate and Maeve Marshall

Time to Shine in Palmerston

In a nod to the future, Hair and Beauty students applied high levels of creative flair and technical wizardry to more than 50 models in the hours leading up to the Gen Alpha inspired Time to Shine show. This is photographer Julianne Osborne’s behind-the-...


Rangda - Calon Arang/Barong Mask

Rangda - Calon Arang/Barong Mask

Artist Unknown, 20th century, Painted wood, leather.

Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Michael Abbott AO QC, 2018.


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