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Territory lecturer to research prison education programs in America

Territory lecturer Dr Adelle Sefton-Rowston has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship to travel to Alabama to research state-of-the-art prison education programs in the United States. 

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CDU moves to help COVID impacted students

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has today announced that it has put in place strategies to help its students impacted by the current COVID-19 lockdown.


Drought hub rollout progresses in the Territory and Western Australia

Partners of the Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub will join forces online today as plans for the hub’s rollout across the Northern Territory and Western Australia take shape.

CDU's Free Tax Clinic helps Territorians during tax time.

Free tax clinic to support Territorians at tax time

Charles Darwin University is lending a helping hand for eligible Territorians that need help with their tax return with free advice and support.

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Aboriginal students honoured in graduation in Alice Springs

An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student in Alice Springs who is the first to graduate from her family, is among more than 30 Indigenous students who have graduated from CDU’s Central Australia graduation ceremonies this week.

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Revitalising Charles Darwin University’s Central Australia Campus

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is backing a major revitalisation of its university campus in Central Australia as part of a new strategic plan for the campus, which includes higher education.

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Inspiring young Territorians to pursue science, technology and innovation

Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Inspired NT is inspiring young Territorians to pursue careers in science, technology and innovation as part of a new interactive and educational event, Innovation Playground.

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CDU Art Gallery presents ground-breaking truth-telling exhibition

In a compelling new exhibition, Charles Darwin University Art Gallery puts the lens on the nation’s history of colonisation and mining and its impacts as experienced by First Nations people in Australia.

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CDU appoints Associate Vice-Chancellor of Central Australia

CDU appoints local Territorian with strong links to industry, government and business sector as the Associate Vice-Chancellor, Central Australia of Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs.

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