Public candidate presentations coming soon for Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning role

The Advisory Committee searching for Brock’s next Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning has interviewed a large number of candidates and come up with a short list as it works through the process set up under the Policy on the Appointment of Academic Administrators. Candidates will be visiting Brock during the week of April 11 to 14, and the second round of interviews will include opportunities for engagement and public presentations.

All members of the Brock community are invited to join each of the candidates for their public presentations online, with details listed below:

Presentations will be 20 to 30 minutes long, with the remaining time reserved for questions from members of the University community.

The candidates’ CVs are also made available to members of the Brock community through SharePoint. Presentations will be recorded and made available through SharePoint. Further information about accessing the recordings will be communicated once the presentations are complete.

Comments on the public presentations will be welcome by email to until 5 p.m. on Friday, April 22. Any questions or comments about the search process can be sent to

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