CDU/AIATSIS seminar series
Bevlyne Sithole, Dean Yibarbuk and Hmalan Hunter-Xenie present 'Evaluating together: Lessons for the evaluation of the Aboriginal land and sea management program in the top end' on Monday 2 April.
NCVER No Frills Conference
The annual national NCVER conference will be held in Alice Springs from 11-13 July 2007. Find out more...
CAH lunchtime concert
Chinese tenor Wang Wen will perform on Friday 30 March as part of CDU's School of Creative Arts and Humanities lunchtime concert series from 12pm.
SSPR seminar series
Dr William Martin presents 'The Psychologisation of the private sphere in Habermas' theory of communicative action' on Friday 30 March from 12pm to 1pm.
Artist's forum - Catriona Stanton
CDU Master of Arts student Catriona Stanton will present the next School of Creative Arts and Humanities artist's forum today, Tuesday 27 March from 12.15pm to 1pm.
MSHR seminar series
Dr Joshua Davis presents 'Can statins improve outcomes from sepsis? What does this have to do with endothelial function?' on Monday 2 April from 12pm to 1pm.
Indonesians visit garden project
The links between Indonesia and CDU are strengthening with the music department's latest project - the building on campus of an Indonesian garden.
Portraiture in the Bathroom
CDU Master of Visual Arts student, Regis Martin will exhibit his photographic portraits in 'Portraiture in the Bathroom', a School of Creative Arts and Humanities exhibition, from 5-14 April.
International student lunch
CDU's commitment to its international students will again be evidenced as the International office prepares to host an international student lunch on Thursday, 5 April.
EHS seminar series
David Raftos will present 'Defending the spineless... homeostasis in hostile environments', on Tuesday 3 April from 12pm to 1pm.
Harmony Day at CDU
Harmony Day on the Casuarina campus of CDU will begin at 10am on Wednesday (March 21) with cultural demonstrations in the foyer of Building 17.
Greg Williams presents 'Through our own eyes first!: Understanding the embeddedness of resource management in social and cultural knowledges and practices' on Monday 26 March from 12.00pm to 1.30pm.
Invitation for T4L website launch
CDU's Teaching and Learning Development Group have developed a new website to support higher education and VTE staff in their teaching practice.
Ray Martin launches hearing project
The normally calm grounds of the MSHR took on a carnival atmosphere on Friday (March 16) when journalist and five-time Logie winner Ray Martin launched a new hearing information service.
ITMS client survey
ITMS are seeking your feedback on current and future telecommunication services you require. Find out more...
How to be a prize CEO
Test and develop your management skills and business knowledge with new online business game, 'Who wants to be a CEO?' - it's free, fun to play and there are big cash prizes to be won each month.
MSHR seminar series
Dr Alice Rumbold presents 'What do we know about individuals working in Indigenous health research? Exploring the characteristics of current and past researchers, and potential barriers and incentives to working in this field', on 19 March.
Artist's forum - Elka Kerkhofs
Belgian-born Elka Kelkhofs will present the next School of Creative Arts and Humanities artist's forum on Tuesday 13 March from 12.15pm to 1pm.
New professor brings UK experience to CDU
CDU's new Professor and Leader of the Teaching and Learning Development Group brings five years of experience working at the universities of Oxford and Warwick to her new post.
Federal funding for new university medical centre
Plans are under way for building of a new medical centre on the Casuarina campus of CDU after the private operators of the current medical surgery decided to close the existing practice on March 31.
Palmerston Campus report
Recent activities on Palmerston Campus include the opening of the training bakery. Find out more...
Executive officer heads for Indian conference
Susan Penfold, Executive Officer/Project Manager for the Graduate School for Health Practice leaves for New Delhi this week to take part in the 10th Commonwealth Study Conference hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry.
CDU welcomes Timorese soldiers
A group of East Timorese soldiers have recently commenced studies with CDU as a part of a new initiative to bridge the educational gap between the Timorese and Australian education systems.
Fast-tracking towards a career in child care
A year 11 and year 12 student at Centralian Senior Secondary College have worked out how to graduate from high school and at the same time gain qualifications toward their career choice of child care.
'Estranged tales', showing from 20-31 March, is the latest exhibition by Catriona Stanton.
CDU opens doors for Asriana
Asriana Kebon's journey to CDU was one of professional necessity and one which has opened numerous doors for her career.
2007 CDU concert series begins
The School of Creative Arts and Humanities will present its first concert in the 2007 CDU Concert Series on Friday 23 March.
SSPR seminar series
Stephen Garnett presents 'Keeping talent for treating Territory teeth - a pilot study of professional mobility', on Friday 16 March from 12pm to 1pm.
MSHR seminar series
Associate Professor David Cooper presents 'Recent disasters in our region, Australian Government donor response', on Monday 12 March from 12pm to 1pm.
Daniel Oades presents 'The Turtle and Dugong Project and the Bardi-Jawi Rangers', on Monday 12 March from 12pm to 1.30pm.
Leading project manager visits CDU
A leading project manager with experience in the nuclear industry will be a guest lecturer at CDU's Casuarina Campus on Thursday 8 March.
New improved quality arrangements for vocational education and training will come into place in Australia from 1 July 2007.
Artist's forum - Hamad Khalaf
Artist Hamad Khalaf will talk about his exhibition, 'Acts of War', currently showing at 24HRArt, on Tuesday 6 March from 12.15pm to 1pm.