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Female refugees not adequately supported, according to CDU research

Female refugees are a highly vulnerable population and are at particular risk of experiencing a range of complex physical and mental health challenges throughout their resettlement journey, according to new research by Charles Darwin University (CDU).


Expanding the Northern Territory’s health workforce

To meet the growing demands from the health sector, Charles Darwin University (CDU) is driving the growing need to expand the health workforce in the Northern Territory.

New Associate Vice-Chancellor Alison Haines

CDU appoints Associate Vice-Chancellor for Katherine and Big Rivers region

Charles Darwin University has appointed a new Associate Vice-Chancellor of Charles Darwin University in Katherine. This is a new role and another first for the University which demonstrates CDU's commitment to reinvigorate the regions.


Hub to drive agricultural research and innovation

Partners of the Northern Western Australia and Northern Territory (NWANT) Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub welcomed Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia David Littleproud in Darwin yesterday.


CDU celebrates Indigenous culture and contributions during NAIDOC Week

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will join the national celebration of NAIDOC Week to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and reaffirm its commitment to improving Indigenous educational outcomes. 


Backing Central Australia’s tour operators

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is partnering with the Northern Territory Government to deliver a new course to attract and retain tour guides to the Northern Territory.


War refugee receives prestigious scholarship

This year’s recipient of the Charles See Kee Leadership Scholarship is Charles Darwin University (CDU) Bachelor of Nursing student John Chol Deng Chol.


CDU scientists help fight biosecurity threat

Charles Darwin University (CDU) chemists have developed a scent profile and artificial scent lures designed to help sniffer dogs to detect citrus canker disease in citrus orchards in the Northern Territory.


Aboriginal school students get a taste for life at university

Aboriginal school students are being given the opportunity to experience a taste of university life at Charles Darwin University (CDU) as a part of a new school camp program.

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