Charles Darwin University
Early language support for Indigenous school learning success
31/08/11 - Almost three quarters of the 1300 Aboriginal children who enter Northern Territory schools each year are from families where languages other than English are spoken in the home.
NT graduate nation’s top Indigenous legal professional
30/08/11 - A Charles Darwin University law graduate has been recognised as Australia’s pre-eminent Indigenous legal professional.
Apprentices poised for cutting-edge hairdressing show
20/08/11 - Twenty of Alice Springs’ most promising hairdressers will demonstrate their artistic and technical skills at the CDU Apprentice Hairdressing Show at Alice Springs campus on Monday, September 19.
CDU team puts finishing touches to Henley on Todd boat
15/08/11 - Charles Darwin University’s Henley on Todd crew is champing at the bit in the countdown to the 50th running of the regatta in the dry Todd River bed this Saturday.
NT design students help those in need
29/08/11 - The St Vincent de Paul Society hopes to revamp one of its outreach centres after receiving some innovative design plans from Charles Darwin University design and architecture students.
Thousands pack Casuarina campus for Open Day
29/08/11 - Thousands of Territorians have converged on Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus as part of the 2011 Open Day to discover how CDU is contributing to improving the quality of life for Territorians.
Alice Springs CDU Campus Administrator receives leadership award
29/08/11 - Charles Darwin University’s Alice Springs campus Administrator David Reilly has received an award in recognition of his leadership and commitment to Vocational Education and Training (VET).
CDU Common Unit program wins national acclaim
26/08/11 - CDU received a number of accolades at the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Award ceremony held in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House on August 16th.
‘Toys’ for Tradies at CDU Open Day
24/08/11 - Harnessing the power of a 2200 °C fireball will be one of the experiences on offer to budding tradespeople at Charles Darwin University’s Open Day on Casuarina campus this Sunday.
Big acts to headline at Open Day
03/08/11 - CDU's Casuarina campus will throw open its doors on Sunday August 28 for a free day of family fun as it showcases the best it offers in education and training.
Humanitarian specialist to speak at CDU Open Day
21/08/11 - With an alarming rise in natural disasters occurring worldwide, the need has never been greater for a change in ideology consistent with global climatic conditions, according to a leading humanitarian expert.
Leading Muslim women’s advocate to present public seminar
19/08/11 - The rights of Islamic women in Malaysia and the challenges they face will be the focus of an upcoming free public seminar at Charles Darwin University.
Leading Indigenous identity to present Lingiari lecture
16/08/11 - One of Australia's leading Indigenous scholars will present the 2011 Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University this week.
NT uni pioneer passes
15/08/11 - One of the pioneers of higher education in the Northern Territory, Professor David Caro, passed away at the weekend.
Project to raise bar for NT mathematics education
12/08/11 - A nation-wide program that aims to significantly improve the quality of mathematics teaching in Territory schools will be launched in Darwin today (Friday).
CDU the first to reward recycling
09/08/11 - A new recycling machine allowing staff and students to recycle for vouchers and prizes has been officially launched at Charles Darwin University.
Australians prepared to pay 50 times more for Indigenous land management: CDU study
04/08/11 - Australians are willing to pay up to 50 times what they currently do for Indigenous people to manage their traditional land in northern Australia, Charles Darwin University researchers have found.
Lecture to focus on unsung WWII commandos
05/08/11 - An upcoming lecture will lift the lid on the stirring but little-known story of a small group of Australian Special Forces commandos and their exploits in Timor during World War II hostilities.
VC welcomes AUQA report
03/08/11 - The Vice-Chancellor of Charles Darwin University has welcomed the release today of the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) report of its audit of the university.
Conservation funding in Third World worth it, say researchers
02/08/11 - Sustaining conservation funding to Third World countries could help to preserve some of the world’s rarest species, a new study has revealed.
Researchers in race for computer speed
02/08/11 - Some of the sharpest minds in sophisticated computer modelling will gather at Charles Darwin University this week to consider questions with potentially dramatic implications globally.
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