Issue 9
04 November
Charles Darwin University


Haileybury College students, Phylly Palipuaminni and Declan Campbell recently graduated with a Certificate I (Retail)

CDU’s Indigenous HE grad numbers pass 1000

CDU passed a milestone recently when it graduated its 1000th Indigenous higher education student.

Indigenous students made up more than 10% of the 1179 graduates at the ceremonies last month.

Since 1996 when identifying records began to be kept...


Other Top Stories

Dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences Professor Dominic Upton

Research probes psychology of wound care

“Talk to the face not to the wound” is the best advice for health professionals treating patients with significant injuries, according to Dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences Professor Dominic Upton.

Since 2010, Professor Upton has been...


Other Research News

CDU Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks with SPEE3D’s Steve Camilleri and the revolutionary axial flux motor designed at the university in the 1990’s

NT’s pioneering solar car on display in CBD

Darwin’s history as an early leader in solar car technology was on display in the Smith Street Mall to coincide with the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

The Desert Rose 2001, which was a Northern Territory entry in the World Solar Car Challenge...


Other Community News

Aeromedical retrieval team in a simulation exercise

Aeromedical retrieval course starts to take shape

CDU’s new Masters of Public Health (Aeromedical Retrieval) is starting to take shape thanks to some of Australia’s leading aeromedical retrieval specialists.

Executives from the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC), CareFlight...


Other Staff News

Painting the way to feeling welcome

Internationals feeling at home in NT

CDU has run two programs designed to help international students feel more at home in the Northern Territory.  

With the support of the Northern Territory Government’s International Student Wellbeing Grant Program, CDU Global has devised the “People...


Other Students News

Renu Gyanwali (mum), Saurav Gyanwali & Aashika Upreti (wife)
Tani Jose and Mercy-Chacko
James Stoddart and Samir Amiri
Nerida Osborne (mum), Mishka Oakes and Peter Oakes (dad)

Graduates' grand celebration

Hundreds of VET and higher education students have celebrated the culmination of their university studies at the recent Charles Darwin University graduation ceremonies. Of special note was the graduation of our 1000th Indigenous higher education student....


Kayonan (Wayang Kulit shadow puppet)

Kayonan (Wayang Kulit shadow puppet)

20th Century, Perforated painted leather, wood. Gifted through the Australian Cultural Gifts Program by Michael Abbott AO QC, 2018.


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