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Student exhibition hails first Risograph in Darwin

Charles Darwin University (CDU) creative and digital arts students have presented the first Risographic exhibition of artworks created in Darwin, in the Northern Territory.

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First Nations rangers will learn to combine traditional knowledge with conservation management to care for their land.

Getting ranger ready in Kakadu

First Nations ranger trainees from across the Top End are learning valuable and useful skills as they are trained to become certified rangers through a course providing meaningful employment, training, and career pathways for First Nations Australians.

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Rescued ‘old man’ turtle released back to sea

Researchers from Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Larrakia Rangers have released a 100-year-old flatback sea turtle back into the ocean after rescuing and rehabilitating it.

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School students get a foot in the door at university

Senior secondary school students can get a foot in the door at university by gaining advanced credit for studies at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Dr Alyson Stobo-Wilson is the lead author on a national study into the impact of foxes and cats on other species across the country.

Killed, eaten, disappearing: 2.6 billion reasons for better fox and cat control

Scientists are calling for better management of cats and foxes as a new national study led by Charles Darwin University (CDU), finds that 697 million reptiles, 510 million birds and 1.4 billion mammals are being killed by cats and foxes each year across Australia. 

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CDU to rectify casual staff payments

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has launched an internal review to identify casual staff affected by payment practices.

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More jobs for CDU graduates, with bright future at KPMG

University graduates at Charles Darwin University (CDU) have dominated the intake for the 2022 KPMG Darwin graduate program for management consultants – taking five out of six places available.

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CDU scientists forge path for women in STEM

Charles Darwin University (CDU) scientists are determined to encourage more women into the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields as the sector strives to become more gender diverse.

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New Dean has bright vision for College of Nursing and Midwifery

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has appointed a new Dean to the College of Nursing and Midwifery to strengthen workforce training, impactful research and the growth of its course delivery into the future.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) PhD candidate Ruth Patterson believes that uncrewed vessels (USVs) are the key in understanding the oceanography of remote seas that are difficult for scientists to explore.

A CDU researcher wants a fleet of uncrewed vessels scouring the oceans to help us better understand and protect them

In the future uncrewed vessels (USVs) will roam the world’s oceans providing valuable data to oceanographers and meteorologists, while also protecting it against illegal fishing and smuggling, that’s the vision of one Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher.

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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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