StART program: Free arts workshops for 15-18 year olds
Know someone aged 15-18 who is passionate about the arts? The Academy of the Arts is going to run the StART Program, a series of week-long creative arts workshops for 15–18-year-olds in the upcoming school holidays.
Join us for this People.Policy.Place. seminar with Dr Cris Edmonds-Wathen as she discusses collaborations with several remote NT communities and schools that want to teach more mathematics in their own languages.
The panel discussion will be the final event in this series at CDU about the Voice. You will be able to hear from people with a wealth of knowledge discuss how they see the Voice contributing to improving and developing the lives of First Nations people.
Securing the energy sector: building cyber resilience for the future
The Energy and Resources Institute (ERI) invites you to a full-day Workshop on ‘Securing the Energy Sector: Building Cyber Resilience for the Future’, exploring exciting topics in cybersecurity that revolve around current trends, innovative threat detection strategies, and effective security implementations within the energy sector.
Join us for the Chinese Moon Festival, an evening to embark on a journey of enchantment and experience the mystical sounds of China with enchanting erhu and harmonious piano. Proudly presented by the CDU Confucius Institute.
Join us for a thought-provoking evening with Professor Stan Grant Jnr, as he delivers the 22nd Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture titled 'Two kinds of time: how we can meet each other again in Australia'.
ResBaz NT 2023 is the first Research Bazaar in the Northern Territory! ResBaz NT will be held on the 25 - 26 October 2023. It is a two-day conference where researchers will come together to up-skill in digital research tools, share knowledge and have fun!
For the first time, the Australian Combustion Symposium 2023 will happen in the Northern Territory (NT). The symposium will serve as a dynamic gathering point, uniting industry experts and passionate enthusiasts within combustion and related energy topics.
Realist Research and Evaluation Intensive Workshop (Melbourne)
This program will introduce participants to the philosophical assumptions of a realist philosophy of science and their implications for understanding how policies and programs work. Participants will develop skills in designing and implementing realist evaluation, realist literature review and other realist research, from developing initial questions to final reporting.