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CDU wins grant to build skills, boost productivity

Charles Darwin University has been awarded $550,000 in funding to help boost organisational productivity across the Territory’s health and community services sector.

Anna Lemon

Home science kits to help Top Enders grow knowledge

Families can learn the science behind native seeds and how they survive and thrive in the Top End’s dry season fires thanks to science kits available through a partnership between Inspired NT and Charles Darwin University.

Kindness Shake volunteers

Kindness shakes growing in Darwin

More than 700 meals have been distributed as part of the “Kindness Shake”, an initiative providing international students and community members in need with a free weekly feed. And the program is growing.

PhD candidate Janet Skewes.

Flexible jobs model advances work hopes in outback

A Charles Darwin University study has confirmed that a unique training and employment model used in outback Australia has important implications for the design of workplace programs in Indigenous communities.

Tony lee and Michelle Moss with the marionettes

New CDU course aims to heal through creative arts

The healing power of art, music, play and dance is the foundation of a new course at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

Professor David Low

Opportunities to build skills for post-COVID-19 employment

Charles Darwin University is encouraging people impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak to take advantage of the free opportunities available to them and emerge from isolation with a new skill-set.

THE Impact ranking

International ranking charts CDU’s global impact

Charles Darwin University has received a glowing endorsement of its global social and economic impact based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Science Week 2020

Call for inspiring STEM videos

As part of National Science Week local artists have the opportunity to express their creativity, while educating students and the community on the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

Stephen, Michaela and Rosemary

Webcast to focus on Indigenous perspectives of COVID-19

The Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University will host its final Don’t Panic webcast this week, focusing on emergency management from an Indigenous perspective.

Multimedia Lecturer and horse racing videographer Mikey Boyce adapts to COVID-19 protocols.

Multimedia Lecturer zooms in on winning post

Alice Springs resident Mikey Boyce’s day job is to teach aspiring Centralians the fine art of videography, but on Saturdays he puts his skills and knowledge to good use in another way.

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