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Issue 24
22 October 2007


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NORTHERN EDITIONS FEATURE PRINT

Northern Edition feature print: Guy Warren’s Entrance

Guy Warren
Entrance 1998
Lithograph
Image: 51 x 33.6cm
Sheet: 65 x 50 cm
Collaborator/Printer: Leon Stainer
Price: $330 (GST inclusive)


WHERE WILD THINGS...

Where wild things...

Visual arts student, Jodie Wilson, winner of the 2006 CDU Graduate Prize, exhibits from 7-24 November

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Check out the new Charles Darwin University homepage


TOP NEWS STORIES

CDU’s Indigenous centres gain traditional names

CDU’s Indigenous centres gain traditional names

CDU’s three Indigenous centres are being given Aboriginal names during a series of ceremonies. Read more >>

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EVENTS

23 October : Artist's forum - Anita Angel and Leon Stainer - CAH artist's forum
23 October : The rare advantage: Darwin city as a creative hub - CDU Public Lecture Series
26 October : Spatial dynamics, fish 'stocks' and the monitoring and management of fisheries - SER seminar series
27 October : Witches and Sorcerers - Darwin Symphony Orchestra performance
30 October : Wealth for toil - The Indigenous economy and employment future in caring for country - CDU Public Lecture Series
1 November : Water supply, sanitation and hygiene: Some lessons from developing countries - MSHR/CRC Aboriginal Health seminar
3 November : Music for an Indonesian garden - CAH concert series
For more information go to What's On >>
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RESEARCH

Disease a killer during our wet

Prominent CDU researcher and scientist, Professor Bart Currie has warned Territorians to play it safe and protect themselves from potentially fatal diseases this wet season. Read more >>

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CDU PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

Donal Fitzpatrick

The rare advantage: Darwin City as a creative hub

Darwin’s dynamic and creative qualities have poised the city to take full advantage of the opportunities being offered by creative enterprise, according to a speaker at the upcoming CDU Public Lecture Series. Read more >>

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

B Myers with some of the East Tenggara symposium attendees

Publication launch - Integrated rural development in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

The proceedings “Integrated rural development in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia”, have recently been launched by Dr Bronwyn Myers as a part of a CDU symposium featuring senior leaders from Eastern Indonesia. Read more >>

Wilfred Lehmann OAM

Witches and sorcerers to spell-bind Territory audiences

One of Australia's most versatile musicians, the internationally acclaimed violinist, conductor and composer Wilfred Lehmann OAM will lead the Darwin Symphony Orchestra's next program titled Witches and Sorcerers later this month. Read more >>

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STUDENTS

Simone Liddy

Simone a positive example for all Indigenous students

CDU student Simone Liddy’s stellar list of achievements for 2007 continues to grow after she was profiled on national television. Read more >>

Kristin Metcalfe

NT’s mangroves under threat

The mangroves of Darwin Harbour, considered among the richest in the Asia-Pacific region, are at risk from rising sea levels, increased cyclones, urban development and, surprisingly, hungry turtles. Read more >>

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GRADUATION GALLERY

October 2007 graduation ceremony October 2007 graduation ceremony  

Visit the Graduation gallery for more great images from the event.

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STAFF

Antoine Barnaart

Former CDU PVC receives Chinese national award

Former CDU Pro Vice-Chancellor, Antoine Barnaart has received a prestigious National Friendship Award from China’s Vice-Premier, Zeng Peiyan, at a ceremony held in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Read more >>

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REGIONAL CAMPUSES

Outcomes delivered in Tennant Creek

Outcomes delivered in Tennant Creek

A highly successful Indigenous trainee program developed by the Tennant Creek Town Council has resulted in positive employment outcomes for CDU-trained Indigenous people of Tennant Creek. Read more >>

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ARTS

Northern Edition feature print: Guy Warren’s Entrance

Northern Editions feature print

Guy Warren’s Entrance is a reflection of his continual interest in Gaia – the idea of the earth as a living system where life forms have co-evolved with the environment against the continual fluctuation of energy and matter. Read more >>

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