E-news Issue 5
Wednesday
07 July
2021
Charles Darwin University

E-news


Minister for Jobs and Training Paul Kirby, Minister for Education and Seniors Lauren Moss and CDU Vice-Chancellor Scott Bowman view plans for the new Training Centre for Aged Care, a $1.7 million investment from the Northern Territory Government to strengthen aged care workforce skills across the sector

Strengthening aged care training in the Territory

The Territory Government and Charles Darwin University (CDU) are boosting training for the next generation of aged care workers with the construction of a new Training Centre for Aged Care at CDU’s Casuarina campus.

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Dr Vinuthaa Murthy and Dr Hao Wang developed a scent profile to detect citrus canker disease

CDU scientists help fight biosecurity threat

CDU (Charles Darwin University) chemists have developed a scent profile and artificial scent lures designed to help sniffer dogs to detect citrus canker disease in citrus orchards in the Northern Territory.

The Northern...

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Other Research News


CDU Art Gallery presents You Are Here an exhibition by Therese Ritchie from June 10 to July 17, 2021.

CDU Art Gallery presents groundbreaking truth telling exhibition

In a compelling new exhibition, Charles Darwin University Art Gallery puts the lens on the nation’s history of colonisation and mining and its impacts as experienced by First Nations people in Australia.

The exhibition You Are Here features a major...

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Dr Adelle Sefton-Rowston. Image by Julianne Osborne

Territory lecturer to research prison education programs in America

Territory lecturer Dr Adelle Sefton-Rowston has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship to travel to Alabama to research state-of-the-art prison education programs in the United States.

Dr Sefton-Rowston’s goal is to support inmates to express...

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Other Staff News


Vice-Chancellor Scott Bowman and Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Leadership Rueben Bolt attended the Indigenous Valedictory Ceremony in Alice Springs last week.

Aboriginal students honoured in graduation in Alice Springs

An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student in Alice Springs who is the first to graduate from her family, is among more than 30 Indigenous students who graduated from Charles Darwin University's (CDU) Central Australia graduation ceremonies last week...

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Bangladeshi New Year celebrated at Casuarina campus

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU’s) Bangladeshi student and alumni associations recently celebrated Bengali New Year on campus. The cultural festival was attended by over 400 people and featured a wide variety of street food as well as market stalls,...

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