KCH Class Project Results in Competition-Winning Entry

Mikaela Frechette, a master’s student in Kinesiology and Community Health, along with Widya Ramadhani, a Ph.D. student in the School of Architecture, and Thierry Guigma, a Ph.D. student in Health and Medical Informatics, developed an innovative form of fall prevention technology — winning cash prizes in both the AARP Tech Nest competetition, and the Health Make-A-Thon competition.

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