Time capsule sealed in unorthodox fashion at CDU
A time capsule featuring relics from the year 2020 - including a face mask and toilet roll – was sealed in unorthodox fashion at Charles Darwin University (CDU) this week.
Vice-Chancellor farewelled in traditional ceremony
Larrakia custodians have performed a ceremony to officially farewell Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks from Charles Darwin University (CDU), acknowledging the powerful legacy he will leave behind in supporting Indigenous education and leadership.
Record group of diverse students inspired
A program which aims to connect diverse Northern Territory school students with higher education opportunities is celebrating its highest ever intake, with 30 students graduating from the Team Aspire program at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus last week.
CDU program to boost NT’s paramedics workforce
In a first for the Northern Territory, paramedics can now train locally providing a much-needed boost for recruitment and retention
Language researchers awarded ARC grant
A team of Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers at Charles Darwin University have been awarded a grant to study Aboriginal language programs in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Renewable energy focus builds at CDU
Charles Darwin University has taken carriage of a facility that will enable industry and government to continue to ensure the reliable flow of energy throughout the vast expanse of the Northern Territory and further integrate renewable and conventional energy.
CDU welcomes international students as flight lands in Darwin
Charles Darwin University (CDU) has become the first university in the country to welcome international students back to Australia, with a flight carrying 63 students landing in Darwin this morning (Monday, 30 November).
CDU academics named among world’s most influential
Charles Darwin University academics have been named as some of the most influential scientists in the world as part of newly-released database compiled by Stanford University.
Outback hairdresser a cut above the rest
Charles Darwin University hairdressing apprentice Cherelle Williams works at one of the most remote salons in the world but that hasn’t stopped her from winning a student excellence award.
NT croc resurgence under investigation
A team of researchers from Charles Darwin University will investigate the impact of the recovery of the northern Australian estuarine crocodile population on river ecosystems after being awarded a Discovery grant in the latest round of Australian Research Council funding.