CDU engineers help with COVID-19 response effort
The Charles Darwin University Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (AMA) has joined the global effort to address a shortage in personal protective equipment and help in the COVID-19 response efforts.
CDU plan to redress Indigenous accounting shortage
A new Charles Darwin University initiative aims to make a serious difference to the number of Indigenous accountants working across the Northern Territory and Australia.
Territory tales to celebrate turtle day
A series of short videos on turtles from the Territory including the story of “Bubbles”, a critically endangered Hawksbill, who was rescued in the waters off Gove, will go live this weekend to celebrate World Turtle Day on Saturday, 23 May.
CDU wins job to deliver new skills to Territorians
Charles Darwin University will play the lead in improving the language, literacy, numeracy and digital skills of Territorians for the next four years after winning “preferred provider” status for a significant Australian Government deed.
CDU responds to COVID-19 short course demand
Charles Darwin University has responded to the recently announced Higher Education Relief Package with a suite of low-cost higher education short-course options aimed at helping support Australians impacted by COVID-19 to emerge with a new qualification.
CDU to mark alumni success stories
Charles Darwin University will recognise the success and innovation of past graduates in its newly established Alumni Awards, with nominations now open.
Research identifies pathways of alien arrivals
More than 1600 alien species have found their way to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Galápagos Islands threatening native wildlife, research reveals.
CDU signs agreement with new Chinese partner
A teleconference signing ceremony sealing a partnership between Charles Darwin University and Guangzhou University has taken place today, Monday, 18 May.
CDU offers free VET short courses to Territorians
Territorians now have access to a range of free short courses to help them emerge from the COVID-19 outbreak with new skills, thanks to the partnership between Charles Darwin University and the Northern Territory Government