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CDU new Vice Chancellor chats to staff and students at lunch on his first day

We manage all news and current affairs stories for CDU. Our team assists the media with expert contacts, media releases and journalistic enquiries.


Journalists should contact the media team for help in researching a story, obtaining expert comment from an academic, arranging a photo opportunity or for any other media enquiries regarding the University.

The media team can also assist with gaining permission to film on campus.

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Office location: Orange 12.3.20, Casuarina campus



Latest from the newsroom

  • John ‘Foxy’ Robinson AO is one of a handful of Territorians being recognised at this week’s graduation ceremonies.

    A ‘Foxy’ move: From school drop out to Doctor of Letters

    John ‘Foxy’ Robinson AO has come a long way from leaving school at 13, to now receiving an honorary doctorate from Charles Darwin University.

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  • CDU speech pathology graduate Teegan Wattam.

    First Nations health graduate leads the way in mastering CDU double degree

    Teegan Wattam is carving history with every step she takes across the graduation stage this week. It will be the first time a First Nations graduate has received Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Speech and Language Therapy at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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  • Larrakia elder and CDU design graduate Yvonne Odegaard.

    First Nations lore and art combine as Larrakia elder graduates in design

    A Larrakia elder who has spent decades expressing her cultural connections through art has received a Certificate IV in Visual Arts at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) graduation ceremony at the Casuarina campus this week.

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