Issue 1
11 February 2008

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Jan Billycan's Kirriwirri 2007

Jan Billycan
Kirriwirri 2007
Image: 55 x 73 cm
Paper size: 70 x 100 cm
Publisher: Northern Editions at CDU and Short Street Gallery
Collaborator and Printer: Bobbie Ruben, Northern Editions
Price: $1,100 GST inclusive


Orientation 2008 a must at CDU

Orientation 2008 at CDU is a day jam-packed with social, cultural and sporting events which will help students to settle quickly into university life. Read more >>

Deputy Prime Minister of Timor-Leste, Jose Luis Guterres

The struggle to rebuild East Timor

Oppression, corruption and inequity need to be overcome if East Timor is to successfully rebuild a torn nation, according to the Deputy Prime Minister of Timor-Leste, Jose Luis Guterres. Read more >>

Photo gallery - Democratic Governance in Timor-Leste conference


Democratic Governance in Timor-Leste conference Democratic Governance in Timor-Leste conference

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


13 February : 'The Shadow's Edge' and 'The Crisis in Timor-Leste' - Book launch
For more information go to What's On >>


Deputy PM endorses Accelerated Literacy program

Deputy PM endorses Accelerated Literacy program

The presence of more than 80 teachers from all over Australia at CDU to learn about Accelerated Literacy was boosted by an endorsement for the program by Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard on national radio. Read more >>

Administrator to visit Indonesian gardens

The Administrator of the Northern Territory, Mr Tom Pauling QC, is set to visit CDU's new Indonesian garden project. Read more >>

DSO prepares for a creative 2008

DSO prepares for a creative 2008

The Darwin Symphony Orchestra will extend its creative horizons this year with concerts ranging from Tchaikovsky to music theatre and venues spanning the casino lawns to Pine Creek. Read more >>

CDU council to start year with induction day

The CDU Council will hold an induction and orientation session during its first meeting for 2008 on 13 February. Read more >>


You are never too old to learn

Rosemary Jacob’s love for learning has taken her to various disciplines and to different countries with her desire for knowledge as strong as ever. Read more >>


Kokoda Industries logo

First year student produces a winner

First year CDU graphic design student, Kirstie Mulkerrins has produced the winning logo design for Kokoda Industries, a local non-profit business providing jobs for Territorians with disabilities. Read more >>

Christo Bryden

Student leaps from cabinet making into the classroom

Christo Bryden is one of the contemporary faces of the 2008 student population at CDU. Read more >>

Julie Turner with CDU academic staff

CDU scholarship winners are inspiring science education

Three CDU Bachelor of Education students have been awarded scholarships for their outstanding contribution to science education. Read more >>


Carrick Institute logo

TLDG wins Carrick funding

CDU's Teaching, Learning and Development Group has secured $220,000 in funding from the Carrick Institute. Read more >>

Ana Govan

Lecturer has voice in computer association

The Australian Computer Society has announced a new national management committee with CDU staff member Ana Govan elected to the new structure. Read more >>


Gillian Terry

Gillian books into the red centre

Swapping the views of Samoa’s turquoise waters for the dusty red centre of Alice Springs wasn’t such a big step for new CDU Alice Spring campus librarian Gillian Terry. Read more >>

CDU Alice Springs and senior secondary college forge new links

CDU Alice Springs and senior secondary college forge new links

The experiences of students and staff of the Alice Springs CDU campus and adjacent Centralian Senior Secondary College will be improved with the creation of a consultative committee. Read more >>


Jan Billycan's Kirriwirri 2007

Northern Editions feature print

Jan Billycan’s lively and exuberant screenprint, Kirriwirri, depicts an important cultural site and the place where she was born. Read more >>