Issue 14
22 July 2008

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Gloria Mengil's Moonoomoorrem

Gloria Mengil
Moonoomoorrem 2008
etching on paper
Image size: 25 x 25 cm, edition of 50
Collaborator: Dian Darmansjah
Printer: Nena Zanos

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Turtle babies

Dugong and turtle management project wins national award

A breakthrough dugong and marine turtle management project has taken top honours at the recent Banksia Environmental Foundation’s 2008 Banksia Environment Awards. Read more >>

Shane Pickett, Bunuroo (January and February)

Shane Pickett works on show

The exquisite works on paper by leading Indigenous artist Shane Pickett are on display at CDU. Read more >>


23 July : All my brothers: Aboriginal Kinship Urban Darwin - SAIKS seminar
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Territory's youth take up the sailing challenge

Territory's youth take up the sailing challenge

A long-awaited crate has been delivered to the Darwin Sailing Club that will give a first-hand opportunity for young people to participate in the Territory's great outdoor lifestyle. Read more >>

Workshop proofs donated to CDU Art Collection

CDU’s Northern Editions printmaking studio recently announced the much anticipated donation of 19 workshop proofs to the CDU Art Collection. Read more >>


Responding to the needs of the Territory

CDU in the Northern Territory is providing high-quality, relevant nursing education that responds to regional needs. Read more >>

CDU leads innovation in new technologies for nursing teaching

CDU leads innovation in new technologies for nursing teaching

CDU is embracing cutting edge teaching technologies to better service its students and stakeholders. Read more >>


Andrew Chan, Jimmy Jong and Jason Wilkes

Cooking competition heats up

Student chefs are in even hotter demand following their triumphant win at the Northern Territory Golden Chef's Hat 2008 awards. Read more >>

Barbara Herzog and Barbara Altenbuchner

Internationals swoop on CDU

From Austria to Oklahoma, the first wave of international students has arrived on campus ready to commence their study abroad exchange programs. Read more >>

CDU and RIO TINTO Alcan work to up-skill Indigenous trainees

An Indigenous training program with an emphasis on Accelerated Literacy is set to improve career pathways for Indigenous trainees in the east Arnhem area. Read more >>


Studying NT history informs our future

Three recipients of a Northern Territory History Grant will contribute to understanding the future of the NT by studying its history. Read more >>


Paul Fitzsimons with Latisha Farrell

A gentle hand gives students the lead in Tennant

An innovative pre-education course which tackles anxieties among Indigenous people is resulting in excellent training outcomes in Tennant Creek. Read more >>

Pathway grows for NT education

A successful education mentoring program helping Indigenous people define their study pathways will be expanded across the Northern Territory. Read more >>


NAIDOC a big win for all at CDU

CDU had many reasons to celebrate national NAIDOC week 2008. Read more >>


Gloria Mengil's Moonoomoorrem

Northern Editions feature print

Gloria Mengil’s etching Moonoomoorrem confidently depicts part of the artist’s traditional country in the Keep River region located to the south-east of Kununurra. Read more >>