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Issue 28
18 December 2007


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NORTHERN EDITIONS FEATURE PRINT

Jacinta Numina-Waugh's Women’s Ceremony - Awelye 2007

Jacinta Numina-Waugh
Women’s Ceremony - Awelye 2007
Etching
Image size: 16.5 x 24.0 cm
Paper size: 36.0 x 46.5 cm
Collaborator and Printer: Jacinta Numina-Waugh
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TOP NEWS STORIES

United Nations University Centre of Traditional Knowledge launch

UNU Centre of Traditional Knowledge launched at CDU

CDU has advanced its role as a key location for working with Indigenous people and enhancing the broader understanding of and training in Indigenous Knowledge as a result of the recent United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies Centre of Traditional Knowledge launch. Read more >>

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Rebecca Lowe

Rebecca surveys community awareness of Anti-Discrimination Commission

The Anti-Discrimination Commission has been an invaluable learning experience for CDU third-year social work student Rebecca Lowe. Read more >>

Conference to focus on rebuilding East Timor

Conference to focus on rebuilding East Timor

CDU, in conjunction with ANU and the Timor Institute of Development Studies, will host an international conference in early February 2008 which will examine the rebuilding process in East Timor. Read more >>

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VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Caterpillar donation

Caterpillar donation powers CDU apprentices

World-renowned heavy earth-moving manufacturer Caterpillar has boosted the outlook of heavy vehicle apprentices studying at CDU with a substantial donation of equipment. Read more >>

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STUDENTS

CDU PhD candidate wins top thesis award

A man who undertook his PhD through CDU has won an award for best thesis during the annual Australian Association for Research in Education awards. Read more >>

Winners named in Degree of Adventure competition

Winners named in Degree of Adventure competition

CDU's Degree of Adventure video competition has crowned its winners following a huge response to the online competition. Read more >>

Lucy Tran-Nguyen

Lucy attends world’s first phytoplasma conference

CDU PhD candidate Lucy Tran-Nguyen has returned from the world’s first conference dedicated to phytoplasmas. Read more >>

Skillaroos bring home five medals

Australia is ranked among the top five nations in the world in skills and trades after the Skillaroos won five medals at the recent International WorldSkills Competition in Japan. Read more >>

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STAFF

Investing in Indigenous natural resource management

Investing in Indigenous natural resource management

Paying Indigenous people for helping to manage the north's natural resources is the subject of a groundbreaking new book that was launched at CDU on December 10. Read more >>

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REGIONAL CAMPUSES

Indigenous women find way into higher education through CDU

Indigenous women find way into higher education through CDU

Four Indigenous women are fulfilling their study ambitions at CDU’s Alice Springs campus, thanks to an innovative program recognising their past achievements and experience. Read more >>

CDU growing graduates and communities

CDU growing graduates and communities

The success of seven Indigenous women in a horticulture training course has planted the seed for a bush tomato enterprise at a remote Territory community. Read more >>

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ARTS

Exhibition of 'Sweet-art' showcases Alice talent

Exhibition of Sweet-art showcases Alice talent

The creative talents of central Australian art students were celebrated at the opening of an exhibition Sweet-Art at Charles Darwin University’s Alice Springs campus. Read more >>

Jacinta Numina-Waugh's Women’s Ceremony - Awelye 2007

Northern Editions feature print

Jacinta Numina-Waugh’s strong etching Women’s Ceremony - Awelye refers to the traditional design women paint on their chests and breasts in preparation for ceremony. Read more >>

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