Hajrah hopes to take her laboratory skills to remote NTRead more about Hajrah hopes to take her laboratory skills to remote NT
Darwin local Hajrah knew she would study at CDU once she finished Year 12, but the specifics took a little longer to figure out. Wanting to stay close to her family and Darwin’s multicultural community, she now has big dreams to use her new-found skills for the benefit of more vulnerable communities in the Territory.
Alina is encouraging more Territorian women into STEMRead more about Alina is encouraging more Territorian women into STEM
Passionate about gender equity in STEM fields and youth engagement, Alina is using her love of science to promote positive change in the Northern Territory. This Katherine local chose CDU to support her goals, and has been paying it forward to support other students and women in science ever since.
Nishat is pursuing a career in medical scienceRead more about Nishat is pursuing a career in medical science
Growing up in the heart of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Nishat fell in love with books, arts and learning new things. Her parents shared a passion for working in the field of healthcare, so Nishat was determined to work towards a career in medicine.
Professor Yin Paradies is driving change for the betterRead more about Professor Yin Paradies is driving change for the better
Recognised as an international expert on racism, Professor Yin Paradies is passionate about educating the newest generation of academics, policy makers and government representatives for a more inclusive society.
When education and research combine: Meet Dr Brian StreetRead more about When education and research combine: Meet Dr Brian Street
For Dr Brian Street, every day is a day for learning, researching and educating. By sharing his knowledge and skills, he’s empowering today’s students to create a better tomorrow.
Lost in translation: In search of an end to the malaria epidemicRead more about Lost in translation: In search of an end to the malaria epidemic
The WHO has an ambitious goal to eliminate the malaria epidemic in the Asia Pacific by 2030. Word on the street may be that we’re tracking well, but for some types of malaria, the treatments still have a long way to go. Researcher Kamala Ley-Thriemer is committed to the cause.
Why I pursued my passion after having a childRead more about Why I pursued my passion after having a child
Wondering if studying while you have children is the right step? Be inspired by Sarah. After spending four years focused on her growing family, she decided that the time was right pursue her passion by starting her first degree in Pharmacy.