Session 1: Wednesday, February 22: noon to 1:00 p.m.
(Lunch served – please register by February 20)
- Gina Luttrell – Public Relations
- Jing Lei – Instructional Design
- Yasir Ahmed – Biology
- Zeke Leonard – School of Design
Session 2: Monday, March 6: 4:00-5:00 p.m. (Snacks served)
- Yves Michel – Industrial and Interaction Design
- Roy Gutterman – Tully Center for Free Speech
- Denis Samburskiy – Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Session 3: Tuesday, April 11: 4:00-5:00 p.m. (Snacks served)
- Ivan Pechenezhskiy – Physics
- Dan Pacheco – Journalism Innovation
- Chris Forster – English
- Crystal Bartolovich – English
- Garrett Katz – Artificial Intelligence/Computer Science
Each hour-long session will feature an informal panel of faculty from different disciplines. Panel members will briefly describe specific ways they adapted or adjusted one of their courses this semester in response to ChatGPT – and how students responded. The remainder of the hour will be devoted to conversation among all faculty and instructors in attendance.
All sessions will take place in person in the Center for Teaching Learning Excellence (CTLE) in room 550 on the fifth floor of Bird Library.