Charles Darwin University
July News 2011
New research institute to make a RIEL difference
29/07/11 - The Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) will be launched next week, bringing together expertise to ensure the Territory is placed to benefit from its impending resources boom while preserving its unique environment.
Historian to lead CDU faculty
29/07/11 - A distinguished historian will join Charles Darwin University in August to head the Faculty of Law, Education, Business and Arts (LEBA).
Lingiari lecture proposes systemic change to Indigenous health
28/07/11 - Critical steps toward improving the outlook for the next generation of Indigenous Australians will be the focus of the upcoming Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture.
NT business welcomes new Consul for Indonesia
28/07/11 - The strong business ties between the Northern Territory and Indonesia have been reaffirmed with the new Acting Consul for Indonesia welcomed to his role.
CDU academic named the NT’s top engineer
27/07/11 - A Charles Darwin University (CDU) academic has been recognised by industry, government and his peers as the Northern Territory’s leading professional engineer.
Awards recognise and reward long-serving staff
27/07/11 - Long-serving members of staff at Charles Darwin University have been recognised at a special ceremony.
Common Unit Program wins national acclaim
26/07/11 - A Charles Darwin University course that assists first-year students to transition successfully into higher education has been recognised as one of Australia’s best university programs.
NT business to welcome new Consul for Indonesia
25/7/11 - The strong business ties between the Northern Territory and Indonesia will be reaffirmed tomorrow when the new Acting Consul for Indonesia is welcomed to his role.
Fellowship recipient to help prevent injuries to Australian pianists
21/07/11 - A Charles Darwin University researcher has been awarded a 2011 Churchill Fellowship, which will allow her to study the prevention of injuries that continues to plague the keyboard profession worldwide.
Local experts to weigh in on global issues at TEDxDarwin
21/07/11 - A health technologist, a world class dancer and a young entrepreneur will be among the first round of speakers to front an upcoming TEDxDarwin event.
Refugees, business welcome horticulture program
20/07/11 - A pre-employment program assisting refugees and new immigrants into work is also addressing labour shortages in the horticulture industry in the Top End.
NT effort on Census night ‘will be rewarded’
18/07/11 - Territorians will need to buck the “lazy” tag this Census if they are to secure much needed federal funding for areas such as education, health and roads, according to a population expert.
Campus on show at mid-year O
12/07/11 - New additions to the Casuarina campus will be on show when Charles Darwin University holds its mid-year Orientation tomorrow (Wednesday).
MEGA agreement extends CDU’s reach into Sydney
08/07/11 - The signing of a partnership agreement is set to expand Charles Darwin University’s course offerings available to domestic and international students in the Sydney area.
Innovative NT educator gains Churchill Fellowship
07/07/11 - A Charles Darwin University researcher has been awarded a 2011 Churchill Fellowship for her innovative work to support Indigenous educators in their training while working with young children in remote Australia.
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