Little Critters, Big ImpactRead more about Little Critters, Big Impact
Allyson's big research into little critters produces huge outcomes
From Paris to planting Australian natives: Chloe’s storyRead more about From Paris to planting Australian natives: Chloe’s story
Nature lover Chloe lives in Humpty Doo and juggles her job at a plant nursery, her daughter, and her studies at CDU. She may be from Paris, but this horticulture student has set up roots in the Top End.
Rob's work gives a voice to the environmentRead more about Rob's work gives a voice to the environment
Rob Law is a staunch advocate for environmental preservation and lobbies for policy change on its behalf. His CDU studies provided the perfect springboard for driving change.
A walk on the wild side: Jigme's storyRead more about A walk on the wild side: Jigme's story
A passion for conservation led Jigme Tshering to pursue studies in environmental management. He aims to make change in his home country of Bhutan, one project at a time.
Environment protector to educated advocate: Meet CassianRead more about Environment protector to educated advocate: Meet Cassian
Cassian is applying his experience in engaging with the local First Nations communities to find new approaches to solving complex environmental problems back home in Tanzania.
I studied enviro science to make a difference: Meet BrittanyRead more about I studied enviro science to make a difference: Meet Brittany
When Brittany started a science degree after year 12, she wasn’t convinced it was for her. But a two-year travel stint changed that. She returned home with a new-found awareness of environmental issues and came back to CDU to finish the science degree she’d started.
Parenting and an environmental science degree: Meet JoeleneRead more about Parenting and an environmental science degree: Meet Joelene
Inspired by a hike on the Larapinta Trail, Joelene set out to pursue a career in environmental sciences. At 27 weeks pregnant, Joelene completed a three hour exam and now credits her daughter for keeping her on track.
John's digging his way to a new careerRead more about John's digging his way to a new career
John Hogarth is no stranger to digging in the dirt. For 14 years he worked fly-in-fly-out worker in the civil and mining sector. But when long hours and a grueling FIFO roster took their toll, he knew it was time for a change.
Knowing when to ask for help: Meg's study storyRead more about Knowing when to ask for help: Meg's study story
When Meg graduated from CDU with an environmental science degree, she quickly landed a job in her chosen profession. But Meg’s success came after many challenges. Her story is one of persistence, passion and knowing when to reach out for help.