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Charles Darwin University, Australia

By Tue, May 29, 2012 8:44PM UTC 1 Comment Pic: Charles Darwin University

Charles Darwin University (CDU) was officially founded in 2003 although the seeds of its birth go all the way back to the 1950s. With a five-star rating from the Good Universities Guide, it is easy to see that this is a university that can produce students ready to compete on the global stage. In particular,...

Leading APAC creative and hospitality institutes

By Tue, May 29, 2012 6:43PM UTC Comments Off Leading APAC creative and hospitality institutes

The Asian Pacific region is home to a number of fine institutes and centers of higher learning that specifically cater to students interested in the creative arts and less traditional paths of learning. While some individuals are drawn to careers in the humanities or hard sciences, others take a more diverse approach and turn their...

Climate change experts to headline Darwin Symposium

By Mon, Oct 03, 2011 9:50AM UTC Comments Off Symposium Co-chair Professor Andrew Campbell says we need to develop responses to climate change that are tailored for the unique needs of northern and central Australia

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, as is the development of policy to prepare for the future impacts of climate change in the Territory. The 2011 Symposium, an initiative of Charles Darwin University and the Northern Territory Government...

CDU celebrates great scholar Confucius

By Wed, Sep 28, 2011 2:31PM UTC Comments Off Members of the Chinese community join the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sharon Bell (second from left), to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of the philosopher Confucius. From left: Longwen (Sean) Xiao, Dr Jacques Hou, and Paula Chung joined the celebrations in the Chinese Gardens on Casuarina campus. The event also encouraged networking with the local Chinese community as CDU prepares to launch its Confucius Institute in 2012.

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. In April Northern Territory Chief Minister Paul Henderson joined CDU Vice-Chancellor Professor Barney Glover to celebrate an agreement that will see the...

CDU expertise aids Solomon Islands health futures

By Tue, Sep 27, 2011 7:04AM UTC Comments Off CDU expertise aids Solomon Islands health futures

By Richmond Hodgson A collaborative learning exchange involving Charles Darwin University, the Northern Territory Government and Solomon Islands is set to improve the outlook for the country’s health and medical services. Throughout August, CDU hosted the “Community of Learning” exchange between the Solomon Islands Ministry of Health and Medical Service, the NT Department of Children...

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