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AI in Higher Ed: Transforming the Teaching and Learning Experience – Call for Entries

UT Academic Artificial Intelligence Symposium Call for Entries

The Office of the Provost, OIT High Performance & Scientific Computing, and the College of Emerging and Collaborative Studies will host AI in Higher Ed: Transforming the Teaching and Learning Experience. This symposium strives to engage higher education faculty and students in thoughtful conversations and state-of-the-art work happening on this topic.

Call for Entries:
Apply by Friday, September 8, 2023

The event hosts, Ozlem Kilic, DSc, Interim Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of College of Emerging and Collaborative Studies and Victor Hazlewood, Associate CIO & Director of High Performance & Scientific Computing, invite faculty to submit abstracts on their AI in Higher Ed topics. Applicants will be selected for the seventeen 20-minute presentation sessions. Presentations will be hosted online via Zoom.

Proposal Submission Deadline: Please email your presentation proposals to by Friday, September 8, 2023  for consideration.

Presenter Acceptance Notification: Presenters will be notified by Friday, September 15.

Save the Date:
Friday, September 22, 2023

Plan to attend and participate in the conversations at the AI in Higher Ed Symposium on Friday, September 22. We hope to see you there! Join the sessions online over Zoom!

Additional Resources

Visit the AI in Higher Ed website for more about the symposium, the agenda, and the AI Tennessee Initiative.

Visit the OIT High Performance & Scientific Computing page to learn how HPSC provides research computing resources and services to the University community.

Visit the ORIED website to learn how they can support the University of Tennessee, Knoxville community of researchers, scholars, and creatives, from ideation to impact. 

Visit the Spring 2023 Artificial Intelligence Research Computing Symposium website to view past presentations.