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Tanya McDonald at CDU's Alice Springs campus.

Supporting more First Nations students in the community services sector

Proud Kirrae Whurrong, Gundijitmarra, Gunai Kurnai woman Tanya McDonald wants to improve the rates of First Nations students working in the community services sector in Alice Springs to reduce family violence.

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Tanya McDonald at CDU's Alice Springs campus.

Supporting more First Nations students in the community services sector

Proud Kirrae Whurrong, Gundijitmarra, Gunai Kurnai woman Tanya McDonald wants to improve the rates of First Nations students working in the community services sector in Alice Springs to reduce family violence.

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Dr Amanda Morris has been appointed to the role of Director of the Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Academy of the Arts to shape the Academy and engage with the NT’s creative sector.

Director appointed for CDU’s new Academy of the Arts

A new Director has been appointed to run Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) new Academy of the Arts, to shape the direction of the academy and invigorate creative education in the Northern Territory.

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The CDU First Nations Success website aims to promote research that improves higher education outcomes for First Nations students studying at CDU and to improve rates of First Nations students entering into education degrees in the Territory.

New research to support First Nations students in the Territory

New research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) aims at further improving higher education outcomes for First Nations students and to bolster the rates of First Nations students commencing teaching degrees in the Territory.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) is helping more women to pursue a career in politics with applications opening for the newly launched Northern Territory Pathways to Politics Program for Women.

A new pathway to public office for women in the Territory

Women aspiring to become politicians are encouraged to apply for a new program run for the first time in the Territory by Charles Darwin University (CDU), which aims to push for gender equity in government.

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Clifford Thompson is part of the Brio, a men’s artist collective from Tennant Creek, is part of the university’s latest art exhibition Shock and Ore at Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery.

Works of Tennant Creek men’s artist collective on display

A men’s artist collective from Tennant Creek is featuring works as a part of Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, Shock and Ore, which opens this week.

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CDU hosted masterclass workshops led by acclaimed ceramicists, Greg Daly and Janet DeBoos, which focused on glaze development and surface decoration respectively, as part of the Alice Springs-based Triennale.

CDU helps shape landmark Australian Ceramics Triennale

A creative contingent drawn from Charles Darwin University (CDU) is helping to shape Australia’s flagship ceramics conference against the remote backdrop of the Northern Territory for the first time this year.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Professor Michael Christie wants Territorians help to find and collect newsletters, magazines and newspapers printed in the Territory’s First Nations languages.

CDU researcher safeguarding First Nations publishing history

Charles Darwin University (CDU) Professor Michael Christie wants help from Territorians to find and collect magazines, newsletters and newspapers produced during a unique period in Australia’s publishing history.

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Student artworks on show in Darwin lightboxes

Creative and Digital Arts students at Charles Darwin University (CDU) are showcasing their innovative artworks through the City of Darwin’s CityLife Lightbox Platform.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) staff and students are taking part in a range of campus events to mark National Reconciliation Week.

CDU recognises National Reconciliation Week

This National Reconciliation Week, Charles Darwin University (CDU) staff and students will be among the many Australians vowing to work together to address disparities and strengthen the relationship between First Nations and non-Indigenous peoples.

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