New CDU city campus reaches major milestone
Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) new city campus has reached a significant milestone this week with the excavation for the main Education and Community Precinct building completed
Undergraduate certificates: another pathway to degree courses at CDU
There’s another path to tertiary study at Charles Darwin University for people who have missed out on a place in a course or believed they may not have the opportunity to study at university.
Innovator takes helm of VET at CDU
An innovator who is deeply committed to ensuring students and employers are equipped for the jobs of the future has commenced as the new Pro Vice-Chancellor Vocational Education and Training (VET).
Sharks and rays facing unprecedented extinction risk
A Charles Darwin University sharks and ray expert has joined a team from across the globe to inform a ground-breaking new study finding oceanic sharks and rays face unprecedented extinction risk from overfishing.
Education leader recognised on national stage
Charles Darwin University (CDU) honorary PhD recipient Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann has been named Senior Australian of the Year in recognition for her life’s work as a teacher, artist, activist and writer.
Time capsule sealed in unorthodox fashion at CDU
A time capsule featuring relics from the year 2020 - including a face mask and toilet roll – was sealed in unorthodox fashion at Charles Darwin University (CDU) this week.
Program maps path for Indigenous lawyers
A Charles Darwin University (CDU) program is aiming to grow the number of Indigenous lawyers in the Northern Territory.
Frog skin under microscope to help understand animal health
Charles Darwin University researchers will delve into the skin microbiome of frogs and geckos to better understand how animals and their microbes maintain health and possibly resist disease.
Indigenous language materials support online learning
Charles Darwin University has enhanced its reputation as a pioneer in Indigenous education by making online learning more accessible through the development of Indigenous language materials.
VR technology has the potential to map sacred sites
Indigenous rangers are exploring the possibilities of using state-of-the-art virtual reality technology at Charles Darwin University to help them map sacred sites across the Northern Territory.