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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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A study from Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Griffith University reveals that good past experiences help to drive growth in Australia’s tourism industry.

Australia’s tourism focus needs a shift as China’s interest wanes, experts warn

Australia should push to attract tourists from its traditional markets, such as Japan, to mitigate any fall in tourist numbers from China, economists say.

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Marine rangers and trainers collaborate in the Certificate III in Fisheries Compliance run for the first time by Charles Darwin University (CDU).

Marine rangers take hands-on training in fisheries compliance

First Nations rangers from across the Top End are learning valuable and practical skills as they are trained to become certified in fisheries compliance, through a course providing meaningful training and career pathways.

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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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Aerial view of CDU Alice Springs campus

New Alice Springs demography insights to be unveiled at CDU Open Day

Analysis of the latest demographic data shows the Alice Springs population is larger than previously thought, at 28,601, ageing, female-dominated and increasingly multicultural.

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CDU students Shanae Kuo, Jubilee Weo and Jaiden McGregor, will travel to Canberra to represent CDU at the National Leadership Forum taking place from September 15-19.

CDU students represent the Territory at National Leadership Forum in Canberra

CDU is supporting three students to attend the National Leadership Forum taking place in Canberra this week in a bid to explore and expand their leadership capabilities.   

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) and KPMG have co-created a training program that supports local growth and retention of skill sets in the Territory.

Training program supports local growth and skill sets in the Territory

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has recently collaborated with KPMG to create a five-day training program that supports the local growth and retention of skill sets in the Northern Territory.

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Claire Dennerley on-station with cattle.

On-station delivery supports remote NT students

Station technical assistant Claire Dennerley, 29, found herself working on a 1,033,101ha-cattle breeding property in the North Territory’s west Barkly region earlier this year.

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Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year Award 2022

Engineering lecturer honoured with prestigious awards

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) Engineering Lecturer has received two noteworthy accolades this week, after being awarded the Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year 2022 and the Sir George Julius Medal by Engineers Australia.

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The CDU Newsroom is the central point of contact for all media enquiries to Charles Darwin University (CDU). The media team promotes University research, manages requests for expert commentary and produces articles and media releases for news outlets. For all enquiries to film on campus please email the team below.

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