Digital ‘skills passport’ enables Territory job seekers to reach their employment goals
A digital ‘skills passport’ being developed by Charles Darwin University (CDU)’s Northern Institute will support job seekers and school leavers in the Territory to showcase their skills and knowledge and improve their employment prospects.
First Nations senior elder awarded honorary doctorate at on-country ceremony
Respected senior elder, ceremony man, ranger and scholar from Central Arnhem Land, Otto Bulmaniya Campion (Gamarrang), has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters by Charles Darwin University (CDU) in an inaugural on-country ceremony on October 5.
A new exhibition at the Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery, DRAWN from the CDU Art Collection, features sketches, drawings, illustrations and works-on-paper from 1976 to present that draw on the experience of local and international artists.
Fulbright scholar’s debut book explores reconciliation in Australian literature
A debut book by Fulbright scholar and lecturer in Literary Studies Dr Adelle Sefton-Rowston, Polities and Poetics: Race Relations and Reconciliation in Australian Literature, will be launched at the Northern Territory Library and Archives in October.