Picture of Scientist Documentary Screening
RIEL & Co and the Office of Research & Innovation present this documentary about gender inequality and the experience of women in the sciences.
Information Day - College of Indigenous Futures, Education and the Arts
The world has turned upside-down for many of us, and now is the time to re-evaluate your career options, change things up or build on the skills and knowledge you already possess.
CDU Live: Applying to study - what are the next steps?
Join this live webinar as we talk you through the steps on applying to study with Charles Darwin University. We’ll also talk to you about ATAR and the Tertiary Enabling Program.
CDU Live: How to study online and adapt to today’s changing classroom environment
We’ll take you through the steps on what it is like to study online with CDU and hear from current students who will share their hints and tips to succeed.
HEAL COUNTRY, HEAL OUR NATION
A lifelong passion and commitment to the rights of First Nations peoples and workers have led Dr Wendy Ludwig to collect posters that focus attention on issues of extreme importance to First
CDU Social Innovation Challenge
Participants will be positioned as community-led designers to tackle structural problems related to gender equality in NT.
Truth-telling and the limits of legal systems
The 2016-17 Royal Commission into the Detention and Protection of Young People in the Northern Territory promised to be a watershed moment for truth-telling in relation to the youth detention syste
DJÄKAMIRR: Caretaker of Pregnancy and Birth (NT PREMIERE)
Join us at the NT Premiere and fundraising screening of DJÄKAMIRR at the Deckchair Cinema.
HERE LIES TRUTH
Due to an increasing global call to mobilize artists to respond to the urgent and serious challenges facing humanity, such as climate change, there exist expectations of artists and their art.
Rapid Creek/Gurambai Walkshop
In this unique walkshop (walking workshop), participants will be guided by a Larrakia elder and experts in the military and environmental history of Rapid Creek.
Refugee Week Seminar: FREE THE DARWIN 15 - The history, politics, and ways forward
In this Refugee Week seminar, we explore the human impacts of Australia’s refugee policy, from multiple perspectives.
Looking at Australian history from the north down by Professor Henry Reynolds
This lecture by Australia’s leading historian, Professor Henry Reynolds will discuss his most recent publication Truth-telling: History, Sovereignty, and the Uluru Statement, published by New
Refugee Week Seminar: The Challenge of Protecting the Rohingya Refugees
This seminar focusses on the Rohingya refugees - who are a religious-ethnic minority in Myanmar’s northern state of Rakhine.
Artist's talk: YOU ARE HERE
Join Therese Ritchie as she unpacks her research and creative processes, as well as articulates the significance of her imagery in her thought-provoking exhibition.
How to become a registered nurse
Study a nationally recognised nursing degree with CDU and you could be delivering care in local or remote communities and hospitals, assisting with global humanitarian relief, or