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Territory Families, Housing and Communities Deputy CEO Jeanette Kerr, CDU Secretary Professor Hilary Winchester AM, Executive Officer Susan Crane and TFHC Director of Housing Pathways Emma Clee present donated essential goods to women’s refuges.

Essential goods donated to women escaping from domestic violence

Vulnerable women and children escaping from domestic violence in the Northern Territory are being supported by staff at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) in the Northern Territory and Western Sydney University in New South Wales have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support the establishment of a CDU Menzies School of Medicine, and growth of the Northern Territory’s medical workforce.

Western Sydney University, CDU and Menzies partner to establish the Northern Territory’s own medical school

Charles Darwin University (CDU), Western Sydney University and Menzies School of Health Research have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support the establishment of the CDU Menzies School of Medicine, and growth of the Northern Territory’s medical workforce.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) is helping more women to pursue a career in politics with applications opening for the newly launched Northern Territory Pathways to Politics Program for Women.

A new pathway to public office for women in the Territory

Women aspiring to become politicians are encouraged to apply for a new program run for the first time in the Territory by Charles Darwin University (CDU), which aims to push for gender equity in government.

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Clifford Thompson is part of the Brio, a men’s artist collective from Tennant Creek, is part of the university’s latest art exhibition Shock and Ore at Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery.

Works of Tennant Creek men’s artist collective on display

A men’s artist collective from Tennant Creek is featuring works as a part of Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, Shock and Ore, which opens this week.

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Thousands of new species of ants from the monsoonal tropics have been discovered by researchers at Charles Darwin University (CDU), making ant populations in Northern Australia some of the most diverse in the world. Photo: Francois Brassard

Researchers discover hundreds of new ant species in Northern Australia’s tropics

Thousands of new species of ants from the monsoonal tropics have been discovered by researchers at Charles Darwin University (CDU), making ant populations in Northern Australia some of the most diverse in the world.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) is taking essential steps toward a hydrogen industry in the NT by purchasing a Hydrogen Energy Storage System to test and evaluate hydrogen electrolysers and fuel-cells integrated into a power network at CDU’s Grid Testing Facility.

Northern Territory to receive first hydrogen-fueled generator as CDU prepares for future

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be part of the Northern Territory’s hydrogen-fueled future with a pilot hydrogen generator, storage, and fuel-cell system to be established in Darwin.

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CDU is working closely to develop four new robotic and automation micro credential qualifications.

Supporting training and technology in advanced manufacturing in the Territory

Manufacturers in the Northern Territory will soon gain access to a multi-million-dollar advanced manufacturing facility that will house robotic and bespoke automation products.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) will become one of the first universities in Australia to enable students to qualify for registration as a personal trainer with AUSactive at the completion of their first year of study in the Exercise and Sport Science degrees.

CDU’s students eligible to become registered personal trainers

Territory students can now qualify to become personal trainers at the completion of their first year of study at Charles Darwin University (CDU), enabling them to work in the fitness industry while they continue their study.

 

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CDU Ecology researcher from the Research Institute of Environment and Livelihoods Dr Christine Schlesinger is leading field studies to help safeguard the longevity of river red gums in Central Australia.

Buffel grass risk to ancient trees explored in Central Australia

Long-term research at Charles Darwin University (CDU) could help safeguard the longevity of river red gums that have figured in the arid riverine woodlands of Central Australia for hundreds of years. 

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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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