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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.

EnviroCollective CDU members

Bring binoculars for date with feathered friends

The environment student group EnviroCollective CDU is inviting students, staff and the public to participate in a citizen science project to discover the diversity of bird species on Casuarina campus, as part of the Aussie Backyard Bird Count.

CDU celebrates NAIDOC in 2020

CDU celebrates NAIDOC in 2020

Charles Darwin University students have immersed themselves in Indigenous culture at an event filled with hands-on workshops and performance as part of NAIDOC celebrations.


Dr Winnie Chen is pictured after winning the CDU leg of the Visualise your Thesis competition

CDU student in line to win international competition

An animation created by a Charles Darwin University PhD student is in the running to win an international Visualise your Thesis competition. 

CDU Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks and Senator Sam McMahon break ground on the site of the new campus

Ground-works to commence on Education and Community Precinct

The transformation of Darwin’s city centre is officially underway with construction commencing today on the $250 million Education and Community Precinct with Charles Darwin University (CDU).

PhD student

Research to bridge cultural disconnect

A Charles Darwin University student hopes to deliver a fresh approach to standard financial reporting that places greater emphasis on Indigenous cultural values.

orthern Institute Director Ruth Wallace is proud of the institute's achievements over the past decade

Northern Institute celebrates 10 years

One of the Northern Territory’s leading research institutions bringing an independent voice to issues impacting Territorians is celebrating a major milestone this week – its 10th birthday.   

First nations health

$2.5 million to improve health of First Nations families

A program that is already showing unprecedented success in improving the health and employment outcomes of First Nations families has been awarded $2.5 million in funding through the National Health and Medical Research Council.

International student pilot program

CDU the first university in Australasia to welcome back international students

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is set to become the first university in the country to pilot a program which will see the return of international students to Australia. 

Eureka finalists

CDU researchers take places as Eureka finalists

Charles Darwin University researchers are part of two teams announced as finalists in categories of the prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.


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