Charles Darwin University
Climate change experts to headline Darwin Symposium
30/09/11 - At this year’s Charles Darwin Symposium, evidence will be presented that human-induced climate change is a reality and human adaptation is a necessity.
PhD candidate wins prestigious award
29/09/11 - A Charles Darwin University PhD candidate has won the prestigious Nature Conservancy Applied Conservation Award 2011 to help further her research into conserving some of Australia’s rare birds.
Partnership to help secure NT’s future workforce
29/09/11 - A partnership addressing employer demand for work-ready graduates in the NT will be launched at this year’s October Business Month.
Pirates celebrate new digs
27/09/11 - Charles Darwin University has officially opened the new change-rooms at the Pirates Rugby Union Football Club that will see the club continue its quest to provide opportunities to play rugby for both juniors and seniors in the NT.
$2.5m research boost for remote, rural health
27/09/11 - The Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs will continue to work with some of Australia’s leading rural health researchers following the announcement in Canberra last week of a health research initiative.
CDU celebrates great scholar Confucius
26/09/11 - Birthday celebrations for the influential Chinese scholar and philosopher Confucius have been held at Charles Darwin University as it prepares to become a hub of Chinese language and culture education in the NT.
CDU researcher helping Alice Springs prepare for climate change
21/09/11- Charles Darwin University’s The Northern Institute will play a key role in a national research project that will examine the likely impact of climate change on regional towns including Alice Springs.
Models turn heads at spectacular apprentice hair show
20/09/11 - Charles Darwin University students wowed judges and a full house with a spectacular display at the Apprentice Hairdressing Show in Alice Springs last night.
Leading law expert to enter into NT statehood debate
15/09/11 - One of Australia's leading constitutional lawyers will deliver the second in a series of lectures to promote dialogue on the subject of Statehood for the NT in the lead up to the Constitutional Convention.
Employers snap up retail skills students
14/09/11 - Fourteen Charles Darwin University certificate students were the focus of celebrations following the completion of a pre-employment program in Alice Springs last week.
Opportunity to network at Indigenous voices colloquium
14/09/11 - Menzies School of Heath Research will host a Scientific Colloquium “Indigenous voices on Indigenous research” at Charles Darwin University on Friday.
CDU history professor collects prestigious literary award
13/09/11 - Charles Darwin University Emeritus Professor in History Alan Powell has won a $15,000 prize in one of Australia’s leading literary awards programs.
Creative apprentices to put on hair-raising show
13/09/11 - Charles Darwin University hairdressing student Jessica Scotchmer is fast forging a reputation as one of Alice Springs’ more creative hairdressers.
CDU students excel at NT Training Awards
12/09/11 - Trainee of the Year and School-based Apprentice of the Year are among the awards won by Charles Darwin University students at the 2011 NT Training Awards.
200 secondary students to try hand at trades skills
09/09/11 - Up to 200 Central Australian teenagers will gather at Charles Darwin University’s Alice Springs campus for Try-a-Trade next week, where they will try their hands at a range of trade skills.
Work starts on CDU’s oil and gas hub
09/09/11 - The first sod was turned today on Charles Darwin University’s response to the oil and gas expansion in the Northern Territory and to Australia’s north.
Alice Springs campus to celebrate first PhD graduate
07/09/11 - Charles Darwin University’s Jane Walker is poised to make history as the first Alice Springs-based student to graduate with a doctorate.
Top prices for Katherine Rural College’s top bulls
06/09/11 - A prize winning bull that was born and bred at Charles Darwin University’s Katherine Rural College achieved the second highest price at an auction in Katherine last week.
CDU business student wins Chief Minister’s prize
06/09/11 - A Charles Darwin University student from Germany has won the International Business Student of the Year prize at the Chief Minister’s Northern Territory Export and Industry Awards.
Research questions mandatory reporting impact on safety of NT women
01/09/11 - A new research project into the amendments to the Domestic and Family Violence Act 2007(NT) and its impact on the safety of Territory women questions whether the legislation is meeting its objectives.
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