Beauty therapists to bring best out in models
20/05/13 - Many of Darwin’s most glamorous models will be at their dazzling best this week thanks partly to two Charles Darwin University vocational education and training lecturers.
Robotics team competes for gold
15/05/13 - A crew of Charles Darwin University engineering students will face off against more than 20 university teams from across Australia and New Zealand in the search for gold as part of a robotics competition.
Artist finds inspiration on the foreshore
15/05/13 - Research addressing the impressions that recreational activity leaves on the Northern Territory’s coastline and its people will be presented at an international arts conference this month.
SMS to improve Indonesian health care
15/05/13 - East Indonesian district health offices are turning to text messages to deliver patient care following training from a team at Charles Darwin University.
New Chair to guide NACOG
02/05/13 - Former Chief Minister of the Northern Territory The Honourable Paul Henderson has been appointed as Chair of the Advisory Board for the North Australian Centre for Oil and Gas (NACOG) at Charles Darwin University.
PM opens doors to Indigenous education
26/04/13 - Prime Minister Julia Gillard has officially opened the $30 million Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) at Charles Darwin University in Darwin today.
Discover ancient knowledge this weekend
19/04/13 - Celebrate and discover more about traditional Indigenous knowledge and how communities are using these ancient understandings of land and sea to create new business opportunities at this year’s Charles Darwin Symposium.
Digital story takes human rights message to bush kids
18/04/13 - A Charles Darwin University academic has combined the ancient art of story-telling with the wonders of digital technology to teach the principles of human rights to some of Australia’s most remote school students.
Leading Indigenous academics to meet in Darwin
The importance of Indigenous Knowledge to the development of North Australia will be one of the topics discussed at the 2013 Charles Darwin Symposium this weekend in Darwin.
Indigenous exhibition forges common ground
15/04/13 - An exhibition highlighting the significant role that visual art plays in the cultural life and livelihood of Indigenous Australians will be opened at the Charles Darwin University Art Gallery this month.
Symposium spotlights Centre for Indigenous Knowledges
09/04/13 - The positioning of Darwin as a major hub for Indigenous studies and research has been further enhanced with the establishment of the new Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) at CDU's Casuarina campus.
Arts award winner announced
09/04/13 - The choreographer and artistic associate of the world-renown Chooky Dancers has won this year’s Charles Darwin University Arts Award at the NT Young Achiever Awards.
Katherine staff welcomes Indonesian delegation
28/03/2013 - Charles Darwin University will continue to strengthen ties with the tertiary sector in Indonesia following a visit by an animal science delegation to campuses in Katherine and Casuarina this week.
Research reveals high standard of NT child care
28/03/2013 - With increasing recognition of the complexity of caring for and educating young children, research has shown the diverse Northern Territory workforce has the qualifications, skills and certainly the passion to do the job.
NT students to compete in national logic quiz
25/03/13 - Territory students will pit their linguistic and logic skills against the nation’s best at the Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad at Charles Darwin University this week.
Academic sheds light on missing explorer
21/03/13 - A Charles Darwin University academic has shed light on the death of explorer Ludwig Leichhardt, whose disappearance in the Outback has remained a mystery for more than 150 years.
CDU population expert wins national award
14/03/13 - A Charles Darwin University researcher has won a national award that recognises his team’s work in encouraging communities and organisations in the Northern Territory to make greater use of information and data.
Researchers find key to improving remote housing
12/03/2013 - A Charles Darwin University research project investigating the provision of remote housing has found that Indigenous people and governments would benefit if “whole-of-government, whole-of-community” approaches were practised.
Training business leaders of the future
07/03/13 - The Territory Insurance Office is offering Charles Darwin University Business students a scholarship designed to help them build the skills and experience to become one of the Territory’s future leaders.
Law at CDU gains new Head and profile
07/03/13 - Legal studies in the Northern Territory has reached a milestone with the appointment of a new Head of Law at Charles Darwin University and the development of its stand-alone School of Law.
Climate change to mobilise Indigenous communities
01/03/13 - Many Indigenous people living in coastal northern Australia would leave their traditional country in order to adapt to climate change, a Charles Darwin University academic has uncovered.
Taking the lead in seafood industry training
04/03/13 - The education and training of the next generation of the Northern Territory’s seafood industry is in good hands with a CDU aquaculture lecturer selected to take part in the National Seafood Industry Leadership Program 2013.
Indigenous knowledges in a changing world
28/02/13 - Traditional Indigenous Knowledge systems and how they are being used to create and develop business enterprises and employment opportunities will be the focus of the 2013 Charles Darwin Symposium in Darwin in April
Students oriented toward academic success
27/02/13 - Hundreds of Charles Darwin University students are set to commence their academic journeys during Orientation programs at the Alice Springs and Casuarina campuses today.
New living quarters for bush lecturers
27/02/13 - Charles Darwin University staff who travel thousands of kilometres each year to deliver training, now have a place they can call home regardless of where they are in the bush.
CDU backs national higher education vision
27/02/13 - Charles Darwin University is taking part in a nationwide campaign designed to realise the full potential of the higher education sector in building a prosperous Australia.