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A First Nations student who learnt local knowledge from his grandmother is now sharing it as a tour guide.
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Larrakia elder and CDU design graduate Yvonne Odegaard.
A Larrakia elder who has spent decades expressing her cultural connections through art has received a Certificate IV in Visual Arts at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) graduation ceremony at the Casuarina campus this week.
Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Aspire program for high school students is expanding outside of the Darwin region.
A Charles Darwin University (CDU) program helping to guide high school students into tertiary education is expanding to Katherine, Alice Springs and Nhulunbuy.
first nations tourism students and lecturers
New First Nations tourism training is helping to build the professional credentials, business acumen and interpersonal skills of Aboriginal people, and in turn, secure new jobs and career options for Aboriginal communities in Central Australia. The training is also building capacity in the Red Centre tourism industry, where there is significant international and domestic demand for First Nations tour guides, who can provide authentic cultural perspective and knowledge of the country’s desert heart.
Entrepreneur Tarek in office space with colleagues
A road trip from NSW to NT, a commerce degree at Charles Darwin University, a miraculous recovery from a plane crash, starting his own company – Tarek’s inspiring story has it all.
CDU Paramedicine Lecturer Amy McCaffrey in the new paramedicine facility.
Working at the busy intersection of education, primary healthcare, emergency medical services and public health, Amy McCaffrey, is an inspirational figure.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) Science lecturer Stephen Reynolds and graduate Yunzhu Wang construct a solar-powered car, a task that will feature in the new science and technology elective offered to arts and humanities students.
A new STEM program at Charles Darwin University (CDU) is set to entice arts and humanities students into science, technology and innovation, with the start of a new Advances in Science and Technology subject.
A Charles Darwin University (CDU) student has developed an augmented reality app to aid construction safety training in remote NT communities.
A former Charles Darwin University (CDU) student has developed an augmented reality app to aid construction safety training in remote NT communities, and assist First Nations workers to learn and work on country while improving local housing.
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