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Issue 9
8 May 2007


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NORTHERN EDITIONS
FEATURE PRINT

Northern Editions feature print: Ich flog durch die Luffte!/I flew through the skies

Caroline Rannersberger
Ich flog durch die Luffte!/I flew through the skies
etching on screenprint (detail); etchings 20 x 40 cm, screenprint 62 x 75 cm
Price: $950 (GST inclusive)


https://www.cdu.edu.au/cdss0705/index.html

Registrations are now open for the Charles Darwin Symposium, Securing Territorians’ Rights: Statehood and a Bill of Rights?


STUDENT PROFILE

Ronnie Mitchell

Ronnie Mitchell

What are you studying @ CDU?

Commercial Cookery Certificate III

Why did you want to study @ CDU?

It was part of my apprenticeship. It was the best choice because facilities were closest to Yulara.

Best aspects of studying your course @ CDU:

It’s a great blend of learning because you can mix practise and theory.

Words of wisdom for prospective students:

Do what you like. When I left school I was a trades assistant but always wanted to be a cook.

What are your career aspirations?

Eventually open my own restaurant.


TOP NEWS STORIES

The ABC's Leon Compton will chair the CDSS

Symposium generates high level of public interest

A high level of public interest has already been generated for the Charles Darwin Symposium on Statehood and a Bill of Rights on May 10. Read more >>

New book: Social Determinants of Indigenous Health

Book launch follows public lecture

A groundbreaking new book on Indigenous health will be launched at the conclusion of the first CDU public lecture on Tuesday (May 8). Read more >>

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EVENTS

FEATURE EVENT : Charles Darwin Symposium: Securing Territorians’ rights: Statehood and a Bill of Rights?
8 May : Report back of the Healthy Country, Healthy People project - MSHR special seminar
8 May : Why health services can’t fix us, and what people and governments can do about it - CDU Public Lecture Series
10-26 May : Projection from the side wall - CAH Gallery exhibition
11 May : Backing a winner: Alternative futures for gambling management - SSPR seminar series
14 May : Departmental directions for the next four years with a specific focus on 2007/2008 - MSHR seminar series
14 May : The Saltwater Country Project: Recording traditional knowledge of Saltwater Country and planning for management and caring for country - CDU/AIATSIS seminar series
14 May : Human geographies of creative and worn out regions - SSPR special seminar
15 May : Wetlands, woodlands or weedlands - CDU Public Lecture Series
18 May : Future Leaders Forum
For more information go to What's On >>
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RESEARCH

Professor Lesley Barclay

CDU funded to tackle improvements to health services for remote Aboriginal mothers and babies

The journey through pregnancy, birth and the first year of life for Aboriginal women will be tracked and analysed in a new study by researchers in the Graduate School for Health Practice at CDU. Read more >>

Sichuan Province, China

CDU’s research into Chinese maternal health care services

Dr Amanda Harris, research fellow in the Graduate School for Health Practice, has recently returned from southern Sichuan where she has been researching maternal health care practices among two of China's minority populations. Read more >>

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CDSS

Professor James Allan

Symposium profile - Professor James Allan

Australia is well-served by its federal system and its Constitution, says law Professor James Allan. Read more >>

CDSS May 2007

Web poll suggests community split over Bill of Rights

Results of a web poll open to CDU website visitors suggest that the community is split over support for a Bill of Rights and Statehood for the Northern Territory. Read more >>

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VTE

Tiwi students at Mindil markets

Tiwi Islanders set up at Mindil Markets

Students from Nguiu on the Tiwi Islands are running a stall at the Mindil Markets that will provide experience for their certificate III course in retail supervision at CDU. Read more >>

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STUDENTS

Maryann Lu

Maryann mesmerised with creative arts

For Darwin High School student Maryann Lu, the opportunity to undertake work placement in the University’s fine arts department has been an experience she will never forget. Read more >>

CDU student named president of Youth Council

CDU student Kevin Kadirgamar has recently been elected president of the Multicultural Youth Council of the Northern Territory. Read more >>

CDU’s Mother’s Day virtual/real trade fair

CDU's range of practice firms will answer the call of husbands, sons and daughters everywhere as they prepare to host the Mother’s Day virtual/real trade fair. Read more >>

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REGIONAL CAMPUSES

Yirrkala CEC celebrates!

Yirrkala CEC celebrates!

As the sun goes down on Nhulunbuy, Yirrkala Community Education Centre has a lot to celebrate. Read more >>

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ALUMNI

Julie Steele

Julie successfully combines motherhood and study

CDU graduate Julie Steele should serve as inspiration to all single mothers with dreams of undertaking a university degree. Read more >>

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ARTS

Exhibition: Projection from side of wall

Projection from side of wall

CDU staff member, Suzi Lyon will show her photographic work in Projection from side of wall from 10 May to 26 May at The Gallery, Casuarina Campus. Read more >>

Northern Editions feature print: Ich flog durch die Luffte!/I flew through the skies

Northern Editions feature print

Ich flog durch die Luffte!/I flew through the skies is from Caroline Rannersberger’s recent body of work Sublime Journey in which she investigates concepts of exploration and colonisation from the perspective of her own German/Australian heritage. Read more >>

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