POSTPONED: 'AI in Teaching and Learning' Panel Discussion
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been postponed and will not be occurring on Oct. 4 as planned. When the new date is finalized, this event will appear on that day without this note or "POSTPONED" in its title.
Join us for a panel discussion on the dynamic intersection of artificial intelligence and higher education.
This interactive conversation is designed to give the University of Arizona community an opportunity to ask questions and hear how fellow faculty, students and staff are embracing AI in their teaching and studies, and how they are addressing challenges amid the rapidly evolving AI landscape.
Join the discussion in person or virtually. Registration with a University email address will be required.
Moderator: Darcy Van Patten
Digital Experience Technology, Chief Technology Officer
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Emily Jo Schwaller
UCATT, Instructional Designer
Associate Director, Disability Resources
Center for Digital Humanities and Associate Professor in Africana Studies
We see – or hear about – AI in many types of human and computer interactions, including website chatbots or tools like ChatGPT that can generate human language, recognize images, analyze data, and predict text. As these tools improve and become more accessible, colleges and universities, including the University of Arizona, are examining what the future of AI looks like in academia.
This town hall is the second in the fall AI at Arizona event series, aimed at sparking discussion and sharing ideas around AI at the University to broaden understanding, responsible use and access to these technologies.
The Institute for Computation and Data-Enabled Insight is convening the series in partnership with the Office of the Provost and Research, Innovation and Impact, and the University of Arizona Debate Series in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Light refreshments will be available until 5:30, giving time to mix and mingle after the event.
If you have questions about access or request any disability-related accommodation in this town hall, such as ASL interpreting, wheelchair access, electronic text, etc., please contact Stephanie Doster at firstname.lastname@example.org. Captioning will be provided.