Issue 3
05 May
Charles Darwin University


Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks says the rankings are an endorsement of CDU on a global scale

International ranking charts CDU’s global impact

Charles Darwin University has received a glowing endorsement of its global social and economic impact based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings capture universities’ impact on...


Other Top Stories

Amanda Lilleyman has researched shorebirds in the Top End for more than eight years

NT bird numbers soar against global decline

Shorebird populations in Australia’s north appear to be on the increase, bucking a global trend, according to research by a Charles Darwin University PhD candidate.

Amanda Lilleyman has researched shorebirds in the Top End for more than eight years...


Other Research News

Tarryn Kelly and a furry friend get some screen time together Image: Julianne Osborne

CDU to provide free careers, education counselling

CDU will deliver a free 13-part webinar series to help people navigate changes in the Australian jobs and education sectors that have been redefined by COVID-19.

Manager of Student Recruitment and Events Marissa Briston said the live webinars would...


Other Community News

Multimedia Lecturer and horse racing videographer Mikey Boyce adapts to COVID-19 protocols

Multimedia Lecturer zooms in on winning post

Alice Springs resident Mikey Boyce’s day job is to teach aspiring Centralians at CDU the fine art of videography, but on Saturdays he puts his skills and knowledge to good use in another way.

Mikey is the man behind camera one at Pioneer Park...


Other Staff News

Business student Robert Sambo at CDU's training centre in Tennant Creek

Vision-impaired student focuses on a ‘good job’

The Barkly’s Robert Sambo believes in life-long learning, in being a good role model and refuses to let his visual impairment get in the way of pursing a fulfilling career.

The Certificate II in Business student attends Charles Darwin University’s...


Other Students News

Suzi Lyon
Sue Tucker and Scratch the galah
Rolf Gerritsen
Robyn Wing

Come on in . . .

A tiny intruder has changed our lives. Time itself appears to have expanded, with memories of happenings only days or weeks past seeming to exist in the outer limits of our grasp. We are self-isolating and physical-distancing and we are standing together....


Spring at Milmilngkan

Spring at Milmilngkan

Spring at Milmilngkan, John Mawurndjul, 2007, Ochre pigments with PVC fixative on stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta), 78 x 58 cm, Purchased 2007, Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU1368


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