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AI in Teaching Symposium

Hosted by James Moore
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About Event

We're excited to invite you to a transformative event exclusively for DePaul University's educators, looking to integrate artificial intelligence strategically and pragmatically into academic activities that promote student learning and enhance critical thinking skills.

The AI in Teaching Symposiums are opportunities for DePaul faculty and staff to share and see how their colleagues have successfully utilized an AI activity or assignment into their teaching. Quick, simple, direct demonstrations that can be easily adopted in other courses at the university.

The first AI in Teaching Symposium will take place Friday May 31 at 1PM. This will be a Flex event – you can attend in person or remotely via Zoom.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Why Attend?

  • Innovate Your Teaching: Discover cutting-edge techniques and practical strategies from your peers.

  • Collaborate and Connect: Engage in lively discussions, practical demonstrations, and networking opportunities. The symposium is your platform to exchange insights with fellow educators passionate about enhancing their teaching methods and student outcomes.

  • Make a Difference: Our students understand that AI is permeating all aspects of work and society. Help make them better prepared leaders.


  • 1:00 PM: Opening Remarks.

  • 1:15 PM: Greg Scott (College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences):

    • Using Generative AI to Understand the Social Construction of Identity

  • 1:30 PM: Ignacio Lurie (Driehaus College of Business):

    • Synthetic Data as a Teaching Tool

  • 1:45 PM: Paige Treebridge (Jarvis College of Computing and Digital Media):

    • Realistic Use of AI in Design Scenarios

  • 2:00 PM: Margaret Poncin Reeves(College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences):

    • Promoting Critical AI Literacy through Reflection

  • 2:15 PM: Closing Remarks

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