The future is health
Multi-professional environments. Patient-centred focus. Flexible leadership. This is Dr Lesley Barclay's vision for Territory health services.
Students crowd CDU for Orientation Week
A jam-packed week of social, cultural and sporting events familiarised new students with the university's diverse services and the Northern Territory's unique music and cultural traditions.
EHS O-Week events a great success!
The Faculty of EHS welcomed its new students with an afternoon tea and wine and cheese night yesterday (Thursday), as part of O-Week festivities.
Gain an appreciation for wine
Are you interested in learning more about wine? This short course, starting Friday 17 March, will feature wines from Australia, New Zealand, France, and South and North America among other wine producing nations. Find out more...
Greek is the word!
The Darwin Greek community yesterday (Wednesday) showcased its cultural diversity as part of O-Week activities at CDU.
Student amenities re-vamp - watch this space!
CDU is working to ensure that services to support and represent students are maintained after the federal government's 'voluntary student union' legislation comes into force later this year.
MSHR free seminar
Dr Geoff Isbister presents, 'Clinical applications of drug modelling and population analysis: It may even be important to our patients', on Thursday 2 March from 12pm to 1pm.
Students get 'jamming' for O-Week
Building 17 (Casuarina campus) was rocking yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) as our music students, new and old, got to know each other with a jamming session.
VC welcomes new students at O-Week
CDU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Helen Garnett, welcomed new students to the University yesterday (Tuesday) during the first day of O-Week festivities.
Staff team slam dunks students
The two basketball giants of CDU battled it out in the inaugural staff versus students match yesterday (Tuesday) as part of O-Week activities at Casuarina campus this week.
MSHR weekly seminar
Join Menzies School of Health Research staff for an overview of the schools' research programs on Monday 27 February from 12pm to 1pm.
Treasures revealed here in Darwin
Northern Editions, northern Australia's oldest and largest producer of limited prints, will open its first exhibition and selling show this Thursday 23 February at 5.30pm.
Sewing to success
Adult Migrant English Program students sew their way to better English skills.
NT health on the up and up
The new Graduate School for Health Practice at CDU officially opened today (Tuesday) by Health Minister Peter Toyne MLA.
CDU wows Darwin High students
More than 150 Darwin High students descended on Casuarina campus last Wednesday to check out future study options at CDU.
Tollner to coach O-Week basketball
David Tollner, Member for Solomon, goes head-to-head with ABC's sporting guru Charlie King at CDU's O-Week basketball match on Tuesday 21 February.
New CDU role to focus on regions
The profile and activities of CDU's regional campuses and learning centres will now have additional support, following a new appointment in Alice Springs.
CDU all set for O-Week
The welcoming signs are going up, info bags packed and Student Services staff briefed in preparation for what's shaping up as one of the most exciting and action packed O-Week's in recent years.
Have a cuppa with the VC
As part of new staff induction, the Vice-Chancellor is hosting a morning tea on Monday 20 February from 11am.
DFAT employment seminar for graduates
Interested in a career with the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade? Come along to a DFAT graduate employment seminar on Casuarina campus, Wednesday 8 March from 12pm to 1pm.
2006 VET Staff Guide
The 2006 VET Staff Guide is now available on the Academic Quality, Planning and VET website. Find out more...
MSHR weekly seminar
Researchers from the Tropical and Emerging Infectious Diseases Division at the Menzies School of Health Research will present on research in the division on Monday 13 February from 12pm to 1pm.
Minister praises CDU research partnership
NT Government Minister for Economic and Regional Development, the Hon. Paul Henderson singled out CDU's engineering research team for special mention today at Ausfuel's Biodiesel Trial Launch.
DSO's Arabian Nights
The Darwin Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Martin Jarvis, features Scheherazade as part of its Arabian Nights performance tonight (Friday) at the Darwin Entertainment Centre from 8pm.
CDU team at the forefront of bio-diesel research
Bio-diesel use in the Northern Territory moves a step closer to reality this month after a joint project between CDU research engineers and major fuel distributors, Australian Natural Fuels and Ausfuel.
MSHR weekly seminar
Dr Malcolm McDonald presents 'Rheumatic fever: Go for the throat?', on Monday 6 February from 12pm to 1pm.
Get familiar with Outlook!
Still trying to figure out how to use your new university emailing system, MS Outlook 2003? ITMS can help with info sessions on Friday 3 February and Tuesday 7 February, 9am to 10.30am, in the Mal Nairn Auditorium. Find out more...