E-news Issue 4
07 June
Charles Darwin University


Charles Darwin University Vice-Chancellor Scott Bowman AO raises the rainbow flag to show support for LGBTQIA+ staff and students at CDU’s Casuarina campus.

New Ally Network to support LGBTQIA+ staff and students

Charles Darwin University is launching a new CDU Ally network where staff advocates will undergo training to better understand LGBTIQIA+ inclusion to support students and other staff members.

The network is being launched in line with the ...


Other Top Stories

Charles Darwin University (CDU) PhD candidate Brien Roberts in the lab at CDU.

New research explains why barramundi switch sex

New research from a Charles Darwin University PhD candidate has found the timing of the sex-switching in barramundi is more related to size than age.

Most barramundi are sequential hermaphrodites – starting their lives as males before switching to...


Other Research News

The Ripple Effect on display at the SeaBreeze Festival at Nightcliff foreshore.

Ripple Effect builds awareness of tropical food security

Students, researchers and staff from Charles Darwin University (CDU) recently contributed to The Ripple Effect at Darwin’s annual SeaBreeze Festival with a series of presentations.

More than 450 people attended the presentations, which were sponsored...


Other Community News

Charles Darwin University Head of Greek Studies George Frazis dedicates his new book “Hellenic Diapora” to Darwin icon Austin Asche

Asche honoured in tales of Greeks up North

Former Administrator of the Northern Territory and Darwin icon Austin Asche has been honoured through a book written about history of Greeks in Darwin.

Charles Darwin University Head of Greek Studies Associate Professor George Frazis is the editor...


Other Staff News

First year Bachelor of Midwifery students celebrate International Day of the Midwife

A special day and a bright future for midwife students

First year Bachelor of Midwifery students at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU’s) College of Nursing and Midwifery were recently greeted by a festive surprise.

The trainee midwives walked into their clinical teaching block to...


Other Students News

Students celebrate academic achievements at graduations

Charles Darwin University celebrated the academic achievements of more than 850 students at its recent graduation ceremonies.

CDU Pro Vice-Chancellor Sam Jacob said she was delighted to be able to welcome graduates in person to this year’s ceremony,...


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