New Yukon U chancellor prioritizes ‘great inclusion’ of Indigenous culture – CBC

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New Yukon U chancellor prioritizes ‘great inclusion’ of Indigenous culture – CBC

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 202016 Views

Jamena James Allen says higher education key to self-government for Yukon First Nations

The new chancellor of Yukon University says he wants to promote more Indigenous culture and content at the university, with an eye to fostering the next generation of leaders of Yukon self-government.

Jamena James Allen, the first chancellor appointed after Yukon College’s transformation to Yukon University, was inducted into the voluntary role this week for a two-year term. The chancellor is the ceremonial head of the university and acts as a bridge between the institution, the students, and the broader community.

He began his address in Southern Tutchone, introducing himself as a member of the Wolf Clan and member of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.

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