Issue 12
24 June 2008

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Ivan Namarnyilk's Mula

Ivan Namarnyilk
Mula 2007
Image: 33 x 49cm; sheet: 54 x 80cm
Edition of 50
Collaborator/Printer: Leon Stainer
Published by the artist and Northern Editions printmaking studio and Gallery at CDU
Price: $395 (GST inclusive)

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Dr Ric Price

Study finds 'benign' Malaria to be potentially fatal

A strain of malaria thought previously to be 'benign' has been found to be potentially fatal in a recent study published by CDU's Menzies School of Health Research. Read more >>


25 June : Carrick ALTC Senior Fellowship Award seminar - Casuarina campus
26 Jun-31 Jul : Bibble Waargning - Paper Talk: Works on paper by Shane Pickett - Northern Editions exhibition
26 June : Breakfast with Dave Tout - Casuarina campus
26 June : Leaders and leadership in public sector reform - SAIKS and Governance Program Occasional seminar series
30 Jun-3 Jul : Australian Population Association 14th Biennial Conference
4 July : The role of fire in the ecology of Leichhardt's grasshopper (Petasida ephippigera) and its food plants, Pityrodia spp - SER seminar series
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Prof Garnett opens Siemens

Siemens Science adventure a huge success

Jesse Nelson discovered first-hand that science isn’t all about lab coats and microscopes as he trudged knee-deep in Darwin's mangroves as a part of the 2008 Siemens Science Experience. Read more >>

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Elite Aussie and Indian students join for youth forum on sustainability

CDU is set of host some of Australia’s and India’s finest students as they gather for the first Australia India Universities Youth Forum on sustainability. Read more >>


Environmental study recommends feral population cull

Exotic pest animals have major economic, environmental and social impacts across Australia, a study investigating threats to biodiversity in the Northern Territory has found. Read more >>


Lisa Lock

First humanitarian students offer help to Asia

Darwin student Lisa Lock is about to experience firsthand what it’s like to be part of a humanitarian effort to stamp out malaria in South East Asia. Read more >>

Cathy Banks and Kang Wang

Students sing for success

CDU vocal students have received the highest accolades for their singing talents. Read more >>


Associate Professor Michael Christie

Senior Fellowship award seminar for Yolngu educator

One of Australia’s leading educators Associate Professor Michael Christie will be recognised formally for his prestigious Senior Australian Teaching and Learning Fellowship at an awards seminar at CDU. Read more >>


Heidwig Mokebaringa

World famous potters learn new skills

Internationally recognised potters from central Australia have been honing their techniques at CDU’s Alice Springs art facilities. Read more >>

Tony Harding

Technology lifts a gear

You can tell a lot about people by their cars, just ask Alice Springs-based CDU automotive students. Read more >>

Tanya Laker

Alice Springs ceremonies prize achievement

Making a courageous return to study after 25 years, Tanya Laker told her inspirational story to fellow students, friends and family during CDU’s mid-year graduation ceremony last week. Read more >>


Ivan Namarnyilk's Mula

Northern Editions feature print

This delicately rendered etching by Kakadu artist Ivan Namarnyilk depicts a Mimi Spirit accompanied by an emu, bush yams and spears. Read more >>