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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

Indigenous Pre-Accounting Enabling Program

Calculating a pathway for Indigenous accountants

A new Charles Darwin University initiative is set to significantly boost the number of Indigenous accountants working across the Northern Territory and Australia.

International students

International student flight on track

Charles Darwin University (CDU) remains on track to be the first university in the country to pilot a program which will see its international students return to Australia, with the flight almost at capacity and set to arrive on 30 November. 

IT CodeFair judges

IT protégés in spotlight at CodeFair

Some of the Northern Territory’s brightest young minds in the information technology field are set to be rewarded at the conclusion of the Charles Darwin University IT CodeFair tomorrow.

PhD candidate Lee Harrop

CDU artist in Australia’s largest outdoor exhibition

Charles Darwin University PhD candidate Lee Harrop has had a work of art selected for the high-profile outdoor Sculpture by the Sea Bondi exhibition in Sydney next year.

Dr Sean Bellairs

Native rice trials begin in a $1.4 million project

A research project seeking to commercialise native rice in Northern Australia, and support Indigenous enterprise, has received $1.4 million cash support and has commenced growing trials.

Stuart McGrath

CDU student crowned NT Young Australian of the Year

Charles Darwin University Bachelor of Nursing student Stuart McGrath is the 2021 NT Young Australian of the Year, in recognition for his passion for improving health outcomes in his local community. 

Professor Reuben Bolt

CDU joins nation to celebrate NAIDOC Week

Charles Darwin University will join the national celebration of NAIDOC Week with a series of events including the launch of a strategy that acknowledges the contributions of Indigenous peoples to education and addresses gaps that continue between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.

Economics Lecturer Dr Maneka Jayasinghe

New study buys into money-happiness dichotomy

New research exploring the relationship between money and happiness has found that “financial resilience” plays a significant role in enhancing life satisfaction among Indigenous Australians.

IHD forest garden

PhD graduate sets up forest garden for sustainable future

A Charles Darwin University PhD graduate has used her knowledge of traditional Sri Lankan agriculture practices to create an innovative forest garden - combining native plants with waste and sustainability principles to produce organic fruit, vegetables and herbs. 

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