John Butler Trio treats Alice Springs audience
High school students, local musicians and other lucky fans were treated to a session recently with Australia's most popular electric roots/jam band, the John Butler Trio, at the CDU Alice Springs campus.
Eliminate discrimination in your community!
Don't miss out! This is your chance to help the Anti-Discrimination Commission meet the challenge of eliminating discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity in your community!
Irish musician to conduct DSO concert
A man who served his musical apprenticeship in the creative environment of Ireland will be guest conductor for the Darwin Symphony Orchestra's 15 September concert in Darwin.
2008 Fulbright Senior Specialist Program
The 2008 Fulbright Senior Specialist Program supports Australian universities to host two to six-week visits by leading United States faculty and professionals. Find out more...
SAIKS and Governance Program seminar
The School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Governance Program present the third seminar in the 2007 Occasional Seminar Series on 26 September to 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
MSHR seminar series
Dr Bruce Russell presents 'Knobbed by malaria! What parasites are responsible, and why do they do it?', on Monday 1 October, from 12pm to 1pm.
Nhulunbuy Centre report
Recent activities at Nhulunbuy Centre have included the start of classes for the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and a visit by MALU 2.
Mobilizethis07 - Youth Symposium
CDU will host a showcase and discussion forum on engaging youth online and via today's emergent technologies on Friday October 19 from 8.30am to 4pm.
Research forum a resounding success
It's not everyday you see an auditorium full of adults waving their arms in the air, singing a behaviour-improvement rhyme to the tune of 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star'.
Free CDU forum to tackle Territory issues
The national intervention in Indigenous affairs, the Territory's population change, and increasing literacy will be discussed in a free public forum at CDU on Friday 14 September.
MSHR seminar series
Veronica Pitt presents 'Overview of evidence-based practice, systematic reviews and the Cochrane Library', on Monday 17 September, from 12pm to 1pm.
Mishka gives Try'a Trade the lick of approval
It was a happy day for Mishka, and her many friendly friends, when Try'a Trade sponsors and participants delivered 13 newly constructed, and 10 brightly coloured revamped dog beds to the Shelter today.
Nominations open for Young Achievers Awards
Nominations for the Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards, acknowledging, encouraging and promoting the positive achievements of young Territorians aged between 14 and 26, are now open.
2007 NT Try'a Trade Program
CDU in partnership with Group Training NT, Territory Construction Association and the Department of Employment, Education and Training will host Try'a Trade later this month.
EHS seminar series
Jeffrey Tsang presents 'Cadmium Complexation in Freshwater', on Friday 21 September from 1pm to 2pm.
CDU Sport notice
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the CDU gym will be closed from 6am to 12noon on Thursday, 20 September. Gym management apologises for any inconvenience.
MSHR seminar series
Dr Andrew Steer presents 'Group A Streptococcal disease in Fiji', on Tuesday, 25 September from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
A career in the creative industries?
Join the information session about CDU's new course, the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Industries on Wednesday 19 September from 7pm to 9pm. Find out more...
Roll out the red carpet for CDU
Alice Springs film student Ronja Moss and her lecturer Ronny Reinhard have been nominated for the 25th 2007 Australian Teachers of Media awards, recognising talent in the production and teaching of film.
North American delegates to visit CDU
Representatives from American and Canadian universities are about to visit CDU to take part in a seminar addressing issues of international education, including exchange and study abroad programs.
Mohamed Elgendi journeys to MIT
CDU PhD candidate Mohamed Elgendi has expanded his knowledge and expertise in biomedical engineering through a visit to the top-ranked institute in engineering worldwide.
Election of member of council
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 9(1), of the Charles Darwin University Act, elections will be held for the following members of Council - read detail...
CDU book launch
Dr Jock McLaren will launch his new book, 'Humanizing Madness: Psychiatry and the Cognitive Neurosciences', on Wednesday 10 October at the CDU Bookshop.
Education for... what?
A public forum on Aboriginal education will be held on Tuesday 2 October in CDU's Mal Nairn Auditorium from 7.30pm.
SER seminar series
Dr Gabriel Crowley presents 'The importance of storm-burning in shaping and reshaping Australian Tropical Savannas', on Friday 28 September from 1pm to 2pm.
CDU Palmerston bakery official opening
Australian Government Minister for Vocational and Further Education, Andrew Robb AO MP, will officially open the bakery at CDU's Palmerston campus on October 4.
Summer Semester a sizzling start to CDU study
Territorians traditionally head for the air-conditioned indoors during the wet season and work slowly through their video libraries. But much more can be made of Summer 2007 by hunkering down to study.
CDU excels in 2007 NT Vocational Training Awards
CDU has enjoyed outstanding success in the 2007 Northern Territory Vocational Training Awards, taking out the major training award for an institution and winning many of the individual categories.