Charles Darwin University
CDU student teachers toast of their town
29/03/12 - Four Charles Darwin University students were the toast of their town at the official opening of the Growing Our Own teacher education program at Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa) last week.
Messages of harmony unveiled at CDU
21/03/12 - A handmade banyan tree bearing hundreds of messages of harmony has been unveiled at Charles Darwin University to celebrate Harmony Day.
CDU to ensure Darwin bombing never forgotten
21/03/12 - Charles Darwin University will fulfill an important role in ensuring that the city of Darwin’s experience in World War II is never forgotten.
Graphic Arts exhibition features rich body of work
21/03/12 - An exhibition of works by Top End artists that caused a sensation in Indonesia will open in the Nan Giese Gallery at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus on Friday March 23.
CDU strengthens ability to support oil and gas industry
19/03/12 - Charles Darwin University has further strengthened its ability to support the Territory’s burgeoning oil and gas industry following a watershed agreement signed late last week.
NT Fulbright scholar to protect the north’s rivers
15/03/12 - A Charles Darwin University researcher, passionate about protecting the rivers of northern Australia, has been awarded a 2012 Fulbright Scholarship to work with world-leading river experts.
NT students get first chance at pharmacy title
14/03/12 - The Territory’s future pharmacists will take to the stage this week to showcase their professional skills and vie for the title of Pharmacy Student of the Year.
Wild croc egg research to benefit Indigenous communities
13/03/12 - A new collaborative research project exploring the science behind harvesting wild crocodile eggs in Cape York could lead to opportunities for Indigenous communities to manage their land and natural resources directly.
Alice Springs lecturer rises to top of class
09/03/12 - Alice Springs campus nursing lecturer Robin Cross has been named in a list of the top 15 university lecturers in Australia.
Fight to save water in Timor Leste
07/02/12 - A gruelling 10 km trek over rugged mountains to fill a small bucket of precious water is a daily struggle for many villagers in Timor Leste.
Biodiversity threat spreading at record rate
07/02/12 - An invasive species is moving across northern Australia at an unprecedented rate, carrying a fuel load that could cause catastrophic fires and pose a significant threat to the biodiversity of the NT.
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