Study finds cultural inclusion key for remote Indigenous students
A Charles Darwin University study has sought to examine the policy reasons why Aboriginal students in remote Northern Territory schools are underperforming under a western education model and framework.
Tai chi brings relief and better outcomes to breast cancer survivors
The Chinese movement and meditation technique, Tai chi, has been found to assist in the relief of a cluster of symptoms experienced by breast cancer survivors.
Chief Justice to highlight judicial independence at Tenth Austin Asche Oration
The Hon. Chief Justice of Australia Susan Kiefel AC will explore the issues surrounding judicial independence when she delivers the Tenth Austin Asche Oration in Law and Governance in Darwin on Saturday.
Aeromedical Retrieval postgraduate program takes off
The only Master’s Aeromedical Retrieval course in Australia and a Graduate Certificate are now underway at CDU.
Indigenous birthing services vital to health of mothers and babies
Charles Darwin University midwifery researchers are calling for Indigenous-led birthing centres to expand across Australia after a seven-year study found a 50 per cent decrease in preterm births and an improvement in breastfeeding and antenatal care for First Nations families.
Shoes galore bound for Daly River
Charles Darwin University Education lecturer Dr Gavin Morris couldn’t believe his eyes when he opened his door to 100 kilograms of brand-new shoes and clothing.
Works by world famous Indigenous artist to feature at CDU Art Gallery
A survey of works by one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists – master bark painter John Mawurndjul AM – will feature at Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery until the end of May.
In-person graduation ceremonies return to CDU
Charles Darwin University will return to in-person graduation ceremonies in Darwin and Alice Springs.
Training the next generation of NT paramedics
The next generation of Northern Territory paramedics have begun studying at Charles Darwin University this week, with 36 paramedicine students aiming to hit the local workforce within three years.