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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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Academic and professional staff at Charles Darwin University (CDU) have the opportunity to vote on a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement this week that outlines terms and conditions of employment for staff at the university.

CDU ready to deliver increased pay and benefits

Academic and professional staff at Charles Darwin University (CDU) have the opportunity to vote on a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement this week that outlines terms and conditions of employment for staff at the university.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Research Associate Fiona Shalley from the Northern Institute, led the first study into residents’ social connections with the Territory.

Results from Territory-wide survey reveals key data about Territorians

Initial findings from a Charles Darwin University (CDU) social survey revealed four in five Territory participants identify as Territorians despite the highly transient nature of its population.

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Dr Shellie Morris was awarded the Indigenous Alumnus Award and the Distinguished Alumnus Award.

Awards celebrate CDU alumni achievements

A prominent First Nations singer-songwriter is among recipients recognised for their exceptional achievements in Charles Darwin University’s 2022 Alumni Awards.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Goŋ Wanhurr Indigenous Corporation have collaborated to launch an immersive augmented reality exhibit highlighting Yolŋu culture, connections and knowledge.

Yolŋu artwork brought to digital life in immersive First Nations showcase

Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Goŋ Wanhurr Indigenous Corporation (GWIC) have collaborated to launch InDigiMatha, the ‘Indigenous digital tongue’ at the CDU Waterfront Campus on Thursday, November 10, with a tantalising selection of Goŋ Wanhurr’s augmented and virtual reality works.

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More than 200 students across the Territory will graduate from CDU’s 2022 Children’s University program.

Young scholars graduate from Children’s University

A record number of young scholars will throw their caps in the air this month as they graduate from Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Children’s University (CU) program.

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Young First Nations men working on Valiant car

CDU Valiant revival lifts First Nation credentials

First Nations students engaged in work to restore an iconic 1960s Chrysler Valiant at Charles Darwin University (CDU) in Alice Springs have not only transformed the car, but also their automotive skills and workplace credentials. 

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Lecturer in Social Work Dr Steven Roche is conducting new research to lead to improved outcomes for children in child protection.

Children are being seen but not heard in child protection, experts say

Children should be more involved and have a voice when making decisions about their protection, health experts say.

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CDU Engineering lecturer Dr Cat Kutay is an editor of ‘Indigenous Engineering for an Enduring Culture’, a collaborative new book promoting integration of First Nations knowledges into engineering education.

New book highlights how unique First Nations knowledge integrates into engineering education

A new book co-edited by a Charles Darwin University (CDU) engineering and IT lecturer, offers a unique collection of engineering projects and engineering programs across First Nations communities in Australia.

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Twelve First Nations women from across the Territory, have travelled to CDU’s Casuarina campus for the First Nations Pre-STEM program.

First Nations women take a step into STEM at CDU

First Nations students from across the Northern Territory are getting a taste of STEM subjects and career pathways as part of a pre-STEM program held at Charles Darwin University (CDU) this week.

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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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