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Iconic Australian Actor and First Nations advocate, Jack Thompson AM will deliver the 23rd Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University (CDU) on 7 August. Photo Credit Peter Brew-Bevan.

Iconic Australian Jack Thompson AM to deliver this year’s Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture

Iconic Australian actor and First Nations advocate Jack Thompson AM will deliver the 23rd Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University (CDU) in August. 

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Professor Dan Bressington led the study, which recommends the ITQ questionnaire be adopted in military mental health services.

Study shows questionnaire can better identify complex post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans

Military mental health services should urgently adopt an internationally recognised trauma questionnaire to better diagnose and treat veterans with complex post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study with Charles Darwin University has revealed. 

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CDU Sydney celebrates 10 years with expansion

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is commemorating a decade of CDU Sydney by unveiling a full level of newly remodelled student learning areas and announcing CDU has acquired another level in the building. 

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Charles Darwin University academics led a study to see if Artificial Intelligence can help improve cybersecurity testing.

Study tests if AI can help fight cybercrime

Artificial Intelligence (AI) could become a crucial asset to fight the growing global risk of cybercrime, a new study with Charles Darwin University (CDU) has found.

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Partnership a major milestone for the CDU School of Medicine

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is a step closer to establishing a home-grown medical school with a new curriculum partnership with Western Sydney University signed. 

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Trailblazing student develops app to help Territorians get the keys to drive

Preparing for a driving exam can be a nerve-wracking experience, but a Charles Darwin University (CDU) international student is developing technology to help students prepare for the test in the NT.

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A paper with Charles Darwin University has highlighted the need for a science-based approach to shark conservation in Brazil’s Marine Protected Areas.

Urgent need for science-based approach to shark conservation

Brazilian authorities must take a science-based approach to shark conservation, with experts warning extreme reactions to bite incidents and population growth will undermine the recovery of the fish. 

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Federal Environment and Water Minister Tayna Plibersek MP announced who has received an Innovative Biodiversity Monitoring Grant today at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Casuarina Campus.

New funding will see CDU and Environs Kimberley use drones to help monitor desert and savanna habitat

Charles Darwin University and Environs Kimberley researchers, along with Kimberley partners, will soon be looking to monitor how fire management changes the structure and condition of about 43,000 km2 of savanna and desert vegetation using data collected by drones and satellites.

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NT Pathways to Politics for Women graduate Asta Hill is running in the upcoming NT general election.

Politics program empowers women to stand for NT election

A program run by Charles Darwin University to upskill women to pursue a career in politics has reached a significant milestone, with three graduates running for the upcoming Northern Territory general election. 

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Territory’s largest trainer announces new partnership to eliminate gendered violence

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has announced a new partnership with national violence prevention organisation Our Watch to take action in preventing gendered violence.

On International Women’s Day the two organisations signed an agreement in Alice Springs, which will see the see the dual sector University take part in a framework aimed at building gender equality in the university, TAFE and broader NT community.  

 

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