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Design tender for Education and Community Precinct goes live

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has released the latest tender for the design of the $250 million Education and Community Precinct, a key element of the Darwin City Deal.

Charles Darwin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks

CDU joins dual-sector call for coherent post-secondary system

Vice-Chancellors from Australia’s six dual-sector universities have today released their response to the interim report of the Productivity Commission’s review of the National Agreement on Skills and Workforce Development (NASWD).

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation and Vice-President Professor Bogdan Dlugogorski

CDU showcases its world-class research

Research that tackles issues confronting Northern Australia, our South-east Asian neighbours and beyond is being showcased in a series of online events this week

RIEL Adjunct Professor Dr Margaret Friedel.

Ecologist links more weeds to camels

The much maligned buffel grass was not the only weed brought to arid Australia by camel, according to long-term Central Australian ecologist Dr Margaret Friedel.

VET Lecturer Sandra Howlin

Design lecturer wins excellence award

Charles Darwin University VET lecturer Sandra Howlin has won an excellence award from the NT chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction.

CDU students Patrick Chin and Zachariah Thorbjornsen

Visit CDU’s Virtual Open Day from home

People wanting to explore study opportunities at Charles Darwin University can have their questions answered from the comfort of their own homes this Sunday during the university’s Virtual Open Day. 

Alisha Chapman is one of many graduates who was able to secure full-time employment after finishing with CDU.

Five-star CDU among best in country for graduate outcomes

Charles Darwin University’s track record for graduate outcomes has gone from strength to strength following the release of the latest Good Universities Guide ratings. 

Community rangers and CDU staff at the leadership workshop

Rangers take emergency leadership training

Charles Darwin University’s Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research, and the Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management team are hosting 25 remote community rangers at a leadership skill-building workshop in Noonamah this week.

Dr Tracy Woodroffe

Research explores alternative approach to Indigenous education

Research by Charles Darwin University education specialist Dr Tracy Woodroffe suggests a cultural shift is required to improve educational outcomes for Indigenous students.

Darwin homebrew enthusiasts Jon Clark and Matthew Elvey will run a workshop on how to make the perfect Territory beer.

Homebrew and messages in space - all part of NT Science Week

From how to homebrew truly Territory beer, to having your own art or message visible from space, this year’s NT National Science Week has something for everyone. 

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