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Northern Institute Event

Espresso Yourself

For current research students
Presenter Professor Helen Verran
Contact person
Northern Institute
T: 08 8946 7468 E:
Location Savanna Room, Northern Institute (Casuarina Campus, Building Yellow 1, Level 2, Room 48)
Open to CDU staff and students

Grab a coffee and talk all things HDR with the ones who truly understand – your peers.

These sessions are hosted by Professor Helen Verran and are space for current CDU HDR students (and supervisors) to connect and gain support and valuable academic advice.


  • Sessions run on the Fourth Wednesday of each month from 3.00-4.00 pm (ACST) from February to November 2023.
  • If Darwin-based, we encourage you to join us in person at the Northern Institute (Yellow 1, Level 2, Room 48). Sessions are available online via Zoom for those who aren't near this locality.
  • A different topic is presented each month. Light refreshments are provided.
  • Only available for CDU HDR students and supervisors.
coffee cup and speech bubbles

Register for online or in-person attendance through the Espresso Yourself! Webpage and supply the name of your CDU Supervisor (this will be verified).

Register now


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