Indigenous language materials support online learning
Charles Darwin University has enhanced its reputation as a pioneer in Indigenous education by making online learning more accessible through the development of Indigenous language materials.
VR technology has the potential to map sacred sites
Indigenous rangers are exploring the possibilities of using state-of-the-art virtual reality technology at Charles Darwin University to help them map sacred sites across the Northern Territory.
Katherine campus reins supreme for horse training
2020 may well have been a challenging year for most, but it was also one in which Charles Darwin University Rural Operations student Kristy Gamble developed a set of skills that will underpin her ambitions to work in the horse industry.
Charles Darwin University city campus delivers local jobs
Local jobs are set to flow from the next phase of construction of the Charles Darwin University (CDU) Education and Community Precinct in Darwin’s Central Business District, with Territory-based contractors appointed for design and construction works.
CDU welcomes international students on to campus
The first group of international students to arrive in Australia since the introduction of hard border restrictions has been welcomed on to Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Casuarina campus after being released from quarantine.
Lingiari Lecture styled for digital audiences
Charles Darwin University will depart from tradition when it presents the 20th Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture tomorrow with a new-look format to suit digital audiences.
Vice-Chancellor farewelled in traditional ceremony
Larrakia custodians have performed a ceremony to officially farewell Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks from Charles Darwin University (CDU), acknowledging the powerful legacy he will leave behind in supporting Indigenous education and leadership.
Record group of diverse students inspired
A program which aims to connect diverse Northern Territory school students with higher education opportunities is celebrating its highest ever intake, with 30 students graduating from the Team Aspire program at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus last week.
CDU program to boost NT’s paramedics workforce
In a first for the Northern Territory, paramedics can now train locally providing a much-needed boost for recruitment and retention