What sets us apart makes us unique 


A DVD about Charles Darwin University shows the extent to which the University interacts with its community and the depth and breadth of the University’s involvement across the Territory.

‘In less than three minutes the DVD provides a snapshot of everything about us that’s unique; our willingness to work on the tough issues, and it showcases our first class facilities,’ said Vice-Chancellor, Professor Helen Garnett.

The DVD is already in the hands of the Federal Education Minster Julie Bishop and a large number of key people in the NT Government will receive copies this week.

‘We hope that those who watch it will expand their view of the University,’ said producer / director Cas Bennetto.

‘Our aim is to show people what we do at CDU and what sets us apart from other universities. It successfully demonstrates the University’s commitment to Indigenous participation, industry partnerships, socially robust research, the visual arts, the training needs of people across the Territory, and the first class higher education facilities offered by the University,’ she said.

In addition to the 2:18 minute ‘overview’, there are eight separate stories including the CDU symposia series, a remote printmaking workshop on Tiwi Island, a snapshot of the training agreement with Power & Water, and the journeys of two successful graduates.

View the DVD online at: http://www.cdu.edu.au/visiting/corp-dvd.html

To order a copy of University without walls, the CDU corporate DVD please complete the online order form or contact Corporate Communications on 08 8946 7798.