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Impact Talk to Explore Generative AI in Higher Education

A photo of a laptop on The Green at Seton HallIn collaboration with the Center for Faculty Development and the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, the Office of the Provost is proud to offer another installment of its Impact Talks speaker series “Generative AI and Higher Education” at 1 p.m. on Thursday, November 2, 2023 in Bethany Hall, Room A.

Jason Gulya, Ph.D., professor at Berkeley College and the chair of the Artificial
Intelligence Council, will discuss the rapid advancement of generative artificial
intelligence (AI) and its impact on higher education. Registration is now open and recommended.

A headshot photo of Jason Gulya, Ph.D.

Jason Gulya, Ph.D.

Known for his work teaching onsite, online and hybrid courses on writing and humanities,
Gulya has trained hundreds of faculty members, students, and administrators on how
to use AI to become more innovative and inclusive in their work and lives. Currently,
his focus is on incorporating artificial intelligence in the classroom. He was recently
featured by Business Insider for his unique approach to prompting ChatGPT and in 2020, he was awarded as Berkeley’s Faculty of the Year.

Following Gulya’s presentation, a panel of Seton Hall students and faculty will share
their experiences and perspectives on generative AI, how it has impacted their interactions
in the classroom, potential applications and disruptions, and preparing for an AI-infused
future.

Panelists include:

  • Rachael K. Warmington, Instructor, English Department, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Kirsten Schultz, Ph.D., Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Ruchin Kansal, M.B.A., Faculty, Department of Management; Director, Center for Leadership Development,
    Stillman School of Business
  • Ruth Segal, Ph.D., OTR, Professor and Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Health and Medical
    Sciences
  • Jess Rauchberg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication Technologies, College of Human Development,
    Culture, and Media
  • Madeline L. Field, Seton Hall University Senior, Double Major in Diplomacy and Economics, Minor in
    Arabic
  • Steven Hart, Senior Creative and Media Technology Professional, Adobe

Light refreshments will be served. To register, please visit the Impact Talks Presents: Generative AI and Higher Education calendar event.

A photo of the front window in the University Center, featuring the Seton Hall sealSince 2021, the Office of the Provost has welcomed speakers from a variety of backgrounds
as part of the Impact Talks speaker series, which focuses on understanding the human impact of specific trends, disciplines
or industries within communities and societies.

Categories:
Education, Science and Technology


Exploring the Impact of Generative AI in Higher Education: A Discussion in Impact Talk

A photo of a laptop on The Green at Seton HallIn collaboration with the Center for Faculty Development and the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, the Office of the Provost is proud to offer another installment of its Impact Talks speaker series “Generative AI and Higher Education” at 1 p.m. on Thursday, November 2, 2023 in Bethany Hall, Room A.

Jason Gulya, Ph.D., professor at Berkeley College and the chair of the Artificial Intelligence Council, will discuss the rapid advancement of generative artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on higher education. Registration is now open and recommended.

A headshot photo of Jason Gulya, Ph.D. Jason Gulya, Ph.D.

Known for his work teaching onsite, online and hybrid courses on writing and humanities, Gulya has trained hundreds of faculty members, students, and administrators on how to use AI to become more innovative and inclusive in their work and lives. Currently, his focus is on incorporating artificial intelligence in the classroom. He was recently featured by Business Insider for his unique approach to prompting ChatGPT and in 2020, he was awarded as Berkeley’s Faculty of the Year.

Following Gulya’s presentation, a panel of Seton Hall students and faculty will share their experiences and perspectives on generative AI, how it has impacted their interactions in the classroom, potential applications and disruptions, and preparing for an AI-infused future.

Panelists include:

  • Rachael K. Warmington, Instructor, English Department, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Kirsten Schultz, Ph.D., Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Ruchin Kansal, M.B.A., Faculty, Department of Management; Director, Center for Leadership Development, Stillman School of Business
  • Ruth Segal, Ph.D., OTR, Professor and Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Jess Rauchberg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication Technologies, College of Human Development, Culture, and Media
  • Madeline L. Field, Seton Hall University Senior, Double Major in Diplomacy and Economics, Minor in Arabic
  • Steven Hart, Senior Creative and Media Technology Professional, Adobe

Light refreshments will be served. To register, please visit the Impact Talks Presents: Generative AI and Higher Education calendar event.

A photo of the front window in the University Center, featuring the Seton Hall sealSince 2021, the Office of the Provost has welcomed speakers from a variety of backgrounds as part of the Impact Talks speaker series, which focuses on understanding the human impact of specific trends, disciplines or industries within communities and societies.

Categories: Education, Science and Technology

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.
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