CDU StudyStays to help students and homeowners
Territorians with a spare room in their homes have the chance to earn extra money with up to 600 Charles Darwin University (CDU) international students expected to flood into Darwin in the next few weeks with nowhere to stay.
Charles Darwin University welcomes news Fair Work Commission appeal was successful
Charles Darwin University Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Hilary Winchester, AM, has welcomed news that the University has been successful in its Appeal of an earlier Fair Work Commission decision concerning the Enterprise Agreement voted on by staff last year.
Rangers gain vital skills to care for Country
Ranger trainees from across the Top End are working to become certified through the 'Ranger Ready' program, combining traditional knowledge with conservation training.
What happens to your body when you throw an axe?
With axe throwing growing and elite competition booming, a Charles Darwin University (CDU) sports scientist is looking at how the three most common throwing techniques impact the body.
Study shows links between Australia’s false killer whales and endangered groups from Hawaii
False killer whales off the Northern Australia coast need their conservation status reviewed because of similarities they share with groups from Hawaii listed as Endangered in the USA, a Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher says.
CDU strengthens academic ties in Bangladesh
Charles Darwin University (CDU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with North South University (NSU) to strengthen collaboration on academic and research activities between Northern Australia and Bangladesh.
New micro-credentials to bring Territorians into the future
Territorians will soon be able to upskill in the latest advancements in robotics and automation with a micro-credential collaboration between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Australian company Diverseco launching this year.
Good looks drive consumer engagement, study finds
Online sellers are more likely to boost their consumer engagement if they are good-looking, according to a new study undertaken by Charles Darwin University (CDU) in collaboration with institutions in China, Vietnam and France.
CDU marks International Women’s Day with new initiative for women in trades
Charles Darwin University (CDU) will today launch the Women in Trades mentoring program, as part of moves to mark International Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day: CDU to help women and children in Nepal rescued from human trafficking, exploitation
A new agreement between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and women’s rights organisation Maiti Nepal will be signed in Nepal to support educational opportunities for women and children rescued from trafficking and exploitation.
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