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A Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher has called for changes to lengthy student placements in higher education.

CDU researcher calls for change to lift heavy burdens of student placements

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher has called for changes to lengthy, unpaid work placements in higher education, which she says are causing students to choose between their qualifications and other life responsibilities.

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Year 12 students from Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Aspire Program are set to celebrate their graduation this Friday, November 25 in a ceremony at the CDU Casuarina Campus.

Caps off for NT school graduates of the CDU Aspire program

Over 30 year 12 students from Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Aspire Program are set to celebrate their graduation this Friday, November 25 in a ceremony held at the CDU Casuarina Campus.

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A new research and training centre for drones, The North Australia Centre for Autonomous Systems (NACAS), has been established for the first time in the Territory at Charles Darwin University (CDU). Photo: Wingcopter.com

CDU opens centre to push boundaries on drone research

A new research and training centre for drones has been established for the first time in the Northern Territory at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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CDU student, Dion Choong was selected to participate in a global internship at BW Offshore’s offices in Norway and Singapore.

The first CDU student to represent Australia in international award-winning engineering internship

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) engineering student is the first Australian university student to intern with international energy service provider company BW Offshore.

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Delegates at the Knowledge Intersections Symposium in Alice Springs last year.

Symposium celebrates desert research diversity

New channels of knowledge and ideas will flow from the 2022 Knowledge Intersections Symposium in Alice Springs to the wider central Australian region and beyond this week. 

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host a two-day science workshop for teachers in the Territory starting Friday, November 18.

Spotlight on STEM to inspire teachers in the Territory

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host a two-day interactive and educational workshop for teachers in the Territory to promote science, technology and innovation in the classroom.

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Staff at Charles Darwin University (CDU) have this week voted to accept the new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.

CDU staff vote yes to new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement

Academic and professional staff at Charles Darwin University (CDU) have voted to accept a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement that outlines the terms and conditions of employment at the University after a vote was held this week.

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Young Children's University student in Alice Springs

First Children’s University in Alice Springs celebrates success

The first graduation ceremony for a new child-focused university in Central Australia led by Charles Darwin University (CDU) has major cause for celebration.

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: A new exhibit, ‘Capturing nature: early photography at the Australian Museum 1857 –1893’ opens on November 16 at the CDU Art Gallery. Pictured: CDU Art Gallery Curator, Dr Joanna Barrkman.

Capturing Nature reveals Australia’s earliest scientific photography

Australia’s earliest scientific photographs on display at CDU Art Gallery reveal the scientific discoveries of Australian Museum scientists between the 1850s-90s.

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Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM will deliver the 11th Austin Asche Oration in Darwin hosted by Charles Darwin University (CDU) on November 17.

Commission President to highlight challenges in emergency decision-making

Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM will explore the democratic challenges of emergency decision-making in the 11th Austin Asche Oration in Law and Governance in Darwin.

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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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