E-news Issue 7
Wednesday
08 September
2021
Charles Darwin University

E-news


The new partnership between CDU and Michael Long Centre will encourage more Indigenous students to consider a pathway for VET studies through sports.

New partnership encourages Indigenous students to study VET in sport

More Indigenous students will be encouraged to participate in vocational education and training (VET) in school under a new partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre (MLLLC).

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CDU PhD student Amélie Corriveau is researching ways to help reduce the damage made by magpie geese on Northern Territory farms.

Research finds ways to improve magpie goose management on NT mango farms

Research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) has identified ways to improve management of magpie geese to better assist mango growers as the Northern Territory goes into mango season.

PhD student and environmental science researcher Amélie Corriveau...

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Other Research News


Technology developed by Charles Darwin University (CDU) Darwin Centre for Bushfires Research is being used for bushfire management.

Holographic technology used in bushfire management

Technology developed by Charles Darwin University (CDU) Darwin Centre for Bushfires Research is being used for bushfire management.

The technology uses 3D printed landscapes augmented with projected simulations.

High-resolution 3D printed...

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Prof Jennifer Deger is appointed Professor of Digital Humanities at CDU’s Northern Institute.

Renowned anthropologist and filmmaker Jennifer Deger joins CDU

Acclaimed anthropologist and filmmaker Prof Jennifer Deger has recently joined Charles Darwin University (CDU) as Professor of Digital Humanities at the Northern Institute.

Working in the intersection of art, anthropology and environmental studies,...

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Other Staff News


Emma Barrett received the Kennelly Construction Indigenous Research Student Bursary to study at Charles Darwin University.

Bursary gets Emma on track for her sea ranger dream

Born in Katherine, Emma Barrett grew up along the Limmen Bight River in the remote Gulf of Carpentaria. The thought of getting a university degree was almost as remote as where Emma lives.

But that changed when she received the Kennelly Construction...

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Other Students News


Photos from CDU’s Open Day

Prospective students joined CDU staff, alumni, and student ambassadors at CDU Stadium Marrara for Open Day.

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