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Nicole Latulippe brings passion for Indigenous environmental governance and advocacy to U of T – U of T News

by ahnationtalk on September 14, 201821 Views

Nicole Latulippe is excited to bring her expertise in Indigenous knowledge, governance and laws to the University of Toronto – along with her experience with community-based research and advocacy.

Latulippe is joining the departments of human geography and physical and environmental sciences at U of T Scarborough as an assistant professor. Last winter, she taught Indigenous Environmental Knowledges, a geography course.

“It felt good to know that the department and students were excited and welcoming of the course,” she says.

Latulippe, who has a PhD in geography from U of T, grew up in Nipissing Territory and is from Robinson Huron Treaty Territory in North Bay, Ont. She is of French-Canadian and Algonquin ancestry.

After completing her master’s degree at Nipissing University, Latulippe worked for the Union of Ontario Indians, a political advocacy organization of the Anishinabek Nation that represents 40 Anishinabek communities around the Great Lakes in Ontario.

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