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Anika Altiman

UWindsor PhD student Naomi G. Williams (l.) and research partner Anika Altiman (r.) pose with their poster tailored to incorporate Indigenous languages and art in a campaign to reduce the risk of vehicular injury among Indigenous people in Walpole Island UWindsor PhD student Naomi G. Williams (l.) and research partner Anika Altiman (r.) pose with their poster tailored to incorporate Indigenous languages and art in a campaign to reduce the risk of vehicular injury among Indigenous people in Walpole Island First Nation, as part of their entry in 2015 Auto21 Highly Qualified People competition.

Walpole Island safety project wins kudos for PhD candidate

A UWindsor PhD student recognized for her work to incorporate Indigenous languages and art in a campaign to reduce the risk of vehicular injury among Indigenous people in Walpole Island First Nation.