Open the airwaves
Daryl Manzie and Territory Talk broadcasted live from the premises of Worksense in Berrimah on Friday 16 June.
The contest was fiercely alive during one of the more unusual events held at CDU's Casuarina campus recently. Find out more...
The skies above Darwin will be the focal point for dedicated star gazers this week, as a magnificent alignment of Mars, Saturn, Mercury and the Moon takes place in the western twilight skies.
CDU VET enrolment days
CDU will hold VET enrolment days on 13 and 14 July 2006 - this is your chance to come to our Casuarina or Palmerston campuses and enrol into a VET course.
Free SER seminar
Robert Cairns presents 'On Accounting for Sustainable Development and Accounting for the Environment', on Wednesday 28 June from 1pm.
Asbestos sampling on Casuarina Campus
In keeping with CDU's proactive approach to asbestos management, Finance and Asset Services will be updating our existing Asbestos Register. Find out more...
CDU students off to Northern Uni Games
Students from CDU will soon be off to the Sunshine Coast to participate in the 2006 Northern University Games, the precursor to the Australian University Games, Australia's largest annual multi-sport event.
'Inwardly Outbound' exhibition
The School of Creative Arts and Humanities presents 'Inwardly Outbound' from June 23 to July 7, an exhibition of works made entirely from newsprint folded into strips and woven into refined sculptural forms.
'North and South String Together'
This Saturday, 24 June, the Centre for Youth Music at CDU will present a special concert showcasing the talents of young musicians from Darwin and Melbourne.
Symposium on new music
CDU will host a symposium on new music as part of the 'sounds unusual - NT festival of new music' on Saturday 24 June from 10am to 2pm.
Free EHS seminar
Carole Kayrooz presents 'The role of autonomy in social science research: The view from UK and Australian universities', on Friday 23 June from 1pm to 2pm.
BiZnorth supporting CDU scholarships
Established in 2001 to provide services to training organisations that require project assistance, training, assessment and business diagnostics, BiZnorth also provides support to CDU students through the BiZnorth Location Scholarship.
CDU Press - who are we?
The University publisher, CDU Press was founded in 1989 It publishes books which have a north Australian or Southeast Asian focus, and/or are often written or edited by staff or students of the University.
Jabiru Centre activities
CDU has been discussing a new agreement for the provision of training and assessment services with mining company Energy Resources of Australia. Find out more about Jabiru Centre's recent activities...
NT history under the spotlight
Some of CDU's leading academics and researchers are featured in the latest Journal of Northern Territory History. Find out more...
Deans go bush
CDU deans headed to Central Australia this month to get first hand feedback on the delivery of training programs and activities in remote areas.
Indigenous perspectives in teacher education
The NT Teacher Education Reaccreditation Summit held in March 2006 was a forum for wide stakeholder consultation regarding the direction of the future of the CDU Teacher Education degree.
Education students go back to school
Over 50 first year education students had their teaching models on show at an exhibition recently launched by CDU's Head of School of Education, Professor David Lynch.
Free SER seminar
David Bowman presents 'The ecological logic of Indigenous landscape burning', on Thursday 22 June from 1pm.
Looking forward to World Refugee Day
Four months may not seem like a long time for most of us, but for Edward and Janine, refugees from Burundi in Africa, it has been the beginning of a new life.
Skilling for work
Several CDU VET coordinators and lecturers will be able to impart their new found knowledge after attending a two-day VET training forum held in Perth last month.
Changing lives in Sri Lanka
The quality of life of many Sri Lankan children with hearing difficulties will be greatly improved over the next few weeks as part of a visit by two CDU staff members.
1500 local ways to win!
Don't miss your chance to be a part of the action in at the Royal Darwin Show in 2006. Entries close 16 June. Find out more...
Non-toxic printmaking techniques seminar
Visiting artist/printmaker, Susan Groce, from The University of Maine, USA, will provide a seminar on non-toxic printmaking at Northern Editions on Thursday 15 June from 12.30pm.
Check out What's On?
Got something big... or even small... happening at CDU? An event, conference, workshop, short course, seminar, exhibition, concert... Why not promote it through What's On? - the University's events calendar.
Biennial VETnetwork Australia Conference
Nominations are now open for the VETnetworker Awards (for Vocational Education Trainers and associated groups) which will be presented at the upcoming VETnetwork Australia Conference to be held in Cairns 11-13 October 2006.
Road works on Lakeside Drive
Excavation and replacement of sewer mains between the boundaries of # 48 and # 50 Lakeside Drive has been scheduled to take place on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June 2006.
DYO performs with Melbourne String Ensemble
The Darwin Youth Orchestra performs their end of semester concert, 'North and South String Together', on Saturday 24 June from 7.30pm, and will be joined by the Melbourne String Ensemble.
2007 Fulbright Senior Scholar Awards
Applications are now open for the 2007 Fulbright Senior Scholar Awards to support Australian academics undertaking four to six months of research in the United States.
Eric in full bloom
The artistic talents of Eric Pokela have been unearthed and were a focal point at the 2006 Orchid Spectacular at Marrara last weekend.
Alice Springs campus activities
CDU Council recently met on Alice Springs Campus, hosting a reception for community and business leaders at the Alice Springs Convention Centre during their visit - just one of the many activities over the past few weeks at the Campus.
CDU sponsors writer's festival
CDU Bookshop staff spent a busy four days at the recent Wordstorm 2006 Writer's Festival held at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory from 18-21 May.
New executive officer for SAIKS
Terry Pailthorpe commenced in the position of Executive Officer with the School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems on 15 May.
U3A members get cracking on computers!
The phrase 'You can't teach old dogs new tricks' does not apply at CDU, say University of the Third Age members learning how to use a computer for the first time.
CDU shows off at Fred's Pass
CDU students have been rewarded for their skill and talent, scoring several wins at the annual Fred's Pass Show.
CDU offers outback experience to US students
A group of students from the United States has swapped their regular lecture theatre for the wide expanse of the Australian outback this week as part of a study abroad program facilitated by CDU.
Challenging pathway - great rewards
If anyone had told local Darwin girl, Tracy Sariago, ten years ago, that she could tackle raising two small children, working full time and taking the big step into tertiary education, she'd probably have said they were mad.
Delean awarded Vice-Chancellor's Cadetship
Delean Holtze, second year Bachelor of Arts and Education student, has been announced the 2006 recipient of the CDU four-year Higher Education cadetship for Indigenous students worth $60,000.
Accounting at the Top 2006 conference
Accounting at the Top 2006 (7-9 June), will offer professionals opportunities to network with 17 presenter experts and over 200 finance, accounting and business professionals from all over the Territory and interstate.
Learning as a lifelong journey
Elizabeth Shenton was awarded the University Medal at graduation last month, becoming the first Information Technology graduate to be afforded the honour.
Grant battles mozzies!
Grant Williamson commenced as a research associate with the School for Environmental Research at CDU on May 1.
Mid Year Campaign
The sooner you start - the sooner you finish. This is the tag line behind CDU's current mid-year intake campaign which is running on radio and in the print media until mid June.
Science and Innovation awards
Applications for the 2006 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry are now open!