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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

Demography seminar

Demographers to highlight Alice's unique character

A team of expert demographers from Charles Darwin University’s Northern Institute will present insights from recent population research and what it means for Central Australia in a seminar at Alice Springs campus on Monday.

Historian and PhD student Aleksandra Glabinska Kelly will deliver “Away with the ossified scholastic classes” at the history Colloquium this Saturday.

Scholar to unpack philosophical battle at Colloquium

A Charles Darwin University student will speak of a philosophical battle for the hearts and minds of a nation during the Golden Age of Polish culture at the Annual History Colloquium.


Solar clock

CDU lecturer bestows time legacy

A large solar-powered clock tower standing four metres high and shaped like an hourglass has been installed at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus. 

Honours student Sue Wegener

Art student animates water tank ‘canvas’

There are not many who can boast bigger “canvases” than those used to host the work of Charles Darwin University Visual Arts Honours student Sue Wegener.

Provost Professor Mike Wilson

CDU welcomes distinguished Provost

A leader with significant international experience and a distinguished academic career has been welcomed as Charles Darwin University’s new Provost.


Vannessa Hearman ARC

Research to examine East Timorese history

A Charles Darwin University researcher will explore East Timorese migration to Australia and its ongoing impact today after receiving a $178,000 Australian Research Council grant.

Belinda Davison

Research shows Indigenous Australians more likely to suffer from emotional distress

Indigenous Australians are six times more likely to experience stressful events in their lives compared to their non-Indigenous counterparts, new research from a Charles Darwin University PhD graduate has found. 

David Woodroffe

New awards recognise Indigenous trailblazer

Trailblazing Northern Territory lawyer and Indigenous rights advocate David Woodroffe has topped an exceptional group recognised at the inaugural Charles Darwin University Alumni Awards.  


‘Oarsome’ CDU to host indoor rowing championships

Rowing enthusiasts of all ages are set for an “oarsome” weekend when Charles Darwin University hosts Northern Territory competitors as part of the Australian Indoor Rowing Championships this Sunday. 

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