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A first for Brock as it creates a new senior position focused on Indigenous engagement – Newstalk 610 CKTB

A first for Brock university as it welcomes a new role committed to supporting Indigenous engagement.

The University saying it is taking a major step in its institutional growth and development by announcing that Amos Key, Jr. will become the University’s first-ever Vice-Provost, Indigenous Engagement.

The newly-created senior position will be dedicated to supporting Brock’s Indigenous education as well as its community engagement and partnership initiatives.

Key, who is currently an assistant professor at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Indigenous Studies, begins his position at Brock on July 1.

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