Call for Indigenous knowledge in teacher training
A Charles Darwin University (CDU) PhD candidate has identified the need for teachers to receive specific pre-service training in Indigenous knowledge.
Researcher probes maths teaching in Indigenous languages
The challenges of teaching mathematics in Indigenous languages is being explored by a Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher.
3D printing on Standards Australia’s radar
The significant advances in cold-spray 3D metal printing have been recognised with a representative of Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Advanced Manufacturing Alliance being appointed to a body developing standards for the new process.
Linda Burney to deliver lecture at CDU
The Shadow Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Linda Burney MP, will deliver the 2019 HC Nugget Coombs Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University (CDU) next Thursday.
CDU research wins award at top UK conference
Charles Darwin University (CDU) research into the marketing of harmful products was presented at September’s British Academy of Management conference in Birmingham, UK.
Triple treat for CDU at training awards
Charles Darwin University has won the prestigious Training Provider of the Year trophy for the third year in a row at the 64th NT Training Awards in Darwin at the weekend.
Smart Skips project wins national award
The Smart Skips project developed by Charles Darwin University has been hailed for excellence at the Regional Development Conference where it has won the Innovation Award.
CDU gallery acquires award-winning painting
The winning work of a landscape art prize has been acquired for the Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Collection.
Former Sex Discrimination Commissioner to speak in Darwin
Australia’s longest serving Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick AO will present the ninth Austin Asche Oration in Law and Governance on Thursday, 19 September at Parliament House in Darwin.
New approach to track returning animals at rehabilitated mine sites
A new approach to setting benchmarks for the return of fauna will allow rehabilitation managers to better assess the success of their restoration efforts on mine sites across Australia’s north.