Issue 2
Monday
05 April
2021
Charles Darwin University

E-news


More than 50 of master bark painter John Mawurndjul’s most celebrated artworks are showcased in the exhibition

Works by world famous Indigenous artist to feature at CDU Art Gallery

A survey of works by one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists – master bark painter John Mawurndjul AM – will feature at Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery until the end of May. 

More than 50 of Mr Mawurndjul’s most celebrated...

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Charles Darwin University doctoral researcher Li Qun Yao teaches tai chi to breast cancer survivor Qingxia Lin at the Affiliated Hospital of Putian University in Fujian Province, China

Tai chi brings relief and better outcomes to breast cancer survivors

The Chinese movement and meditation technique, Tai chi, has been found to assist in the relief of a cluster of symptoms experienced by breast cancer survivors.

Charles Darwin University doctoral researcher Liqun Yao said the fatigue, sleep...

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From left, Charles Darwin University Education lecturer Dr Gavin Morris with Daly River community members Carmen Mullein, Senior Australian of the Year Dr Miriam Rose Ungunmerr-Bauman and Justine Wutiumaya as they take delivery of donated shoes and clothing

Shoes galore bound for Daly River

Charles Darwin University Education lecturer Dr Gavin Morris couldn’t believe his eyes when he opened his door to 100 kilograms of brand-new shoes and clothing.

Dr Morris and Northern Institute Partnerships Coordinator Katrina Britnell had put out a...

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The 2021 NT Young Tall Poppy Awards are now open for applications. Previous winner Dr Carla Eisemberg pictured.

Young NT researchers stand tall

The 2021 NT Young Tall Poppy Awards, an initiative of the Australian Institute of Policy and Science, are now open for researchers within the Territory working in all fields of science.

Charles Darwin University is encouraging applicants from variety...

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St John NT paramedic Gabriella Edwards (left) was on hand to assist CDU paramedicine student Laanie Wright with her studies as part of the Bachelor of Paramedicine course

Training the next generation of NT paramedics

The next generation of Northern Territory paramedics has begun studying at Charles Darwin University, with 36 paramedicine students aiming to join the local workforce within three years.  

Almost 70 per cent of students enrolled in the Bachelor of...

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The renowned Arnhem Land artist John Mawurndjul AM at the exhibition. He has a career spanning 40 years.
John Mawurndjul AM at Charles Darwin University (CDU)
More than 50 of master bark painter John Mawurndjul’s most celebrated artworks will be showcased in the exhibition
The exhibition will run  from 13 March to 29 May at the CDU Art Gallery.

John Mawurndjul exhibition opening

A survey of works by renowned Arnhem Land artist – master bark painter John Mawurndjul AM – will feature at Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery until the end of May. 

More than 50 of Mr Mawurndjul’s most celebrated artworks will be showcased...

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