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Student exhibition hails first Risograph in Darwin

Charles Darwin University (CDU) creative and digital arts students have presented the first Risographic exhibition of artworks created in Darwin, in the Northern Territory.

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CDU Fulbright scholar bringing prison arts program home

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) lecturer has spent the last few months researching the impact of arts programs inside prisons in Alabama, the United States as part of her Fulbright scholarship project.

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Centre for Better Health Futures in the Territory

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) NT Centre for Better Health Futures (Centre) is set to expand capacity in health education and training in the Territory.

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Project to strengthen Indigenous response to disasters for sustainable community development

A research team engaged with Indigenous community members to discover ways to strengthen cultural responses to natural and social disasters for sustainable health and development through a PhD project.

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CDU Bachelor of Business student Ben Tyler is inspiring others with his Territory business endeavour, Kakadu Kitchen.

Bush tucker and big dreams for Bininj entrepreneurial CDU student

Territorian and Charles Darwin University (CDU) student Ben Tyler is inspiring his mob and other First Nations businesses to reclaim the native food industry in Australia with his business endeavour, Kakadu Kitchen.

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Academic supports available to Central Australian students

Charles Darwin University (CDU) Alice Springs campus will host its first student expo to give Central Australian students the opportunity to engage with all the CDU student services that are available to them to help them succeed in their studies.

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More Aboriginal educators for remote Territorians

The Northern Territory Government is working with Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Batchelor Institute to deliver a more culturally responsive education in remote communities by increasing the number of Aboriginal teachers and educators in remote classrooms.

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CDU Visual Arts Lecturer Mel Robson is being recognised nationally after being selected for acclaimed Artist-in-Residence program in Canberra.

Alice Springs visual arts lecturer recognised nationally

The Charles Darwin University (CDU) Alice Springs Visual Arts community is being recognised nationally after a local Ceramicist was selected for acclaimed Artist-in-Residence program and her student is a finalist for a major art prize.

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First rural and remote health symposium to be hosted in Alice Springs

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host the first NT rural and remote health symposium in Alice Springs, Better Health Futures: Building a rural and remote health workforce in the Territory.

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Thousands of CDU students are graduating this week including Bachelor of Nursing graduate and student address speaker, Charlotte Mwaka Balu who will speak about her traumatic past and academic achievements at CDU.

Thousands of CDU students to graduate this month

More than 2,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate this week as a part of the first-round of 2022 graduation ceremonies in the Territory.

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The CDU Newsroom is the central point of contact for all media enquiries to Charles Darwin University (CDU). The media team promotes University research, manages requests for expert commentary and produces articles and media releases for news outlets. For all enquiries to film on campus please email the team below.

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