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Mobile library rolls into Indonesia


A makeshift “mobile library” filled with English story books has been presented to a group of Indonesian university students by Charles Darwin University staff. International Projects and Operations Manager Sally-Anne Hodgetts said the mobile library aimed to enhance teaching and learning activities run by the Indonesian students for disadvantaged youth in Kupang, Indonesia. Ms Hodgetts said she decided to create ... Read More »

Charles Darwin University recently decided not to renew its lease on Mataranka Station, which it used as a teaching facility.

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The station had been utilized by the college since 1988 for viable preparing of understudies enlisted in country industry programs. Teacher Simon Maddocks, Vice-Chancellor of CDU, says the choice was made in light of changing instructive works on moving towards a concentrate on the-employment preparing. “Progressively there is less and to a lesser degree a requirement for expert examination offices ... Read More »

Award for centre’s superior interior

Charles Darwin University’s new computerized media focus fitout has been perceived as heading the Northern Territory in workspace plan. Private outline polish, Mode Design, won the George Chaloupka Award for Interior Design at the 2014 NT Architecture Awards for fitting out CDU’s Innovative Media Production Studio (IMPS). IMPS group pioneer Alison Lockley said the studio’s inside flawlessly consolidated contemporary configuration ... Read More »

Darwin’s lost library now on display for all

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A fortune trove of lost library books utilized by naturalist Charles Darwin on a standout amongst the most paramount investigative endeavors in history has been dispatched at Charles Darwin University as a team with the National University of Singapore today (Tuesday, July 15). Charles Darwin’s Beagle Library has been re-developed and is currently accessible to people in general, 178 years ... Read More »

NT student teachers to experience Malaysian classrooms

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Northern Territory understudy educators will encounter educating in Malaysian classrooms with aid from a Commonwealth Government gift. Ten Charles Darwin University Bachelor of Education understudies will increase showing aptitudes amid a 10-day position in worldwide schools in Penang and Sarawak one year from now. The $13,200 stipend was recompensed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (DFAT) Australia Malaysia ... Read More »

Book urges action to save Australian bird species

Australians must plan now in the event that we are to spare all our winged creatures as the atmosphere changes. That is the message that rises up out of another book altered by Charles Darwin University analysts Professor Stephen Garnett and Dr Don Franklin, entitled “Environmental Change Action Plan for Australian Birds”. The book, distributed by CSIRO, will be dispatched ... Read More »

Evolution course makes online adaptation

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A recompense winning open online course made by Charles Darwin University will dispatch on itunes tomorrow. Anybody intrigued by naturalist Charles Darwin’s hypothesis of advancement, his legacy, and Tropical Australia can now get to free course materials from the store’s online storehouse. “Charles Darwin, Evolution and Tropical Australia” is a four-section Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that incorporates a scope ... Read More »

Alice students to collect $13,000 in CDU scholarships

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Charles Darwin University will recompense more than $13,000 in grants to six remarkable understudies in Alice Springs tomorrow. The grants, for remarkable accomplishment, will be displayed at the yearly prize-giving function at Alice Springs yard. Executive Central Australia Paul Fitzsimons said 65 understudies would get a prize or grant not long from now. “We recompense these grants and prizes to ... Read More »

CDU to confer rare PhD at Alice graduation

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Charles Darwin University will celebrate a rare academic achievement in Alice Springs when long-time Territory educator Don Zoellner collects his doctoral testamur at the annual graduation ceremony this week. Dr Zoellner, a former pro vice-chancellor of the university, is believed to be just the third person from Alice Springs to graduate with a PhD from the Territory’s own university, and ... Read More »

CDU removes uncertainty about 2014 university fees

Students who enrol and begin studying at Charles Darwin University in 2014 will avoid the uncertainty surrounding funding changes foreshadowed by the Australian Government. Vice-Chancellor of CDU Professor Simon Maddocks said Higher Education students who enrolled and started studying at CDU this year, including in Semester 2 and Summer Semester, would have the same fee conditions as current students. These ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes