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College Funds AI Educational Projects

In fall 2023, the college developed an AI Educational Campaign to explore the transformative power of generative AI technology in classroom activities. We extend our sincere gratitude to Lynne Parker, associate vice chancellor and director of AI Tennessee Initiative, for the support and partnership from her team that made this initiative a reality.

Thank you to everyone who was part of the dozens of proposals we received, which showcased the passion and vision of educators across the college. After careful consideration, the committee selected 16 projects for funding.

Congratulations to the following:

“Why Can’t I Just Use AI?”: Training Digital Literacy and the Assessment of Utility of Generative AI Tools, Ashley Elisabeth Cornell, History

Creating an Ethics and Technology Course for Undergraduates, Adam Cureton, Philosophy

Using Conversational AI in a VR Classroom to Explore the Late Medieval Anglo-Norman World, Anne-Helene Miller, Marco Institute/World Languages and Cultures

Introduction to Generative AI in the Classroom, Alejandro L. Vazquez, Psychology

Exploring the Strengths and Weaknesses of AI in the Peer Review Process, Alejandro Velez Melendez, Psychology

Attitudes About AI and Writing, Jeff Ringer, English

PowerNotes, AI, and Writing Pilot, Kirsten Benson, Judith Anderson Herbert Writing Center/English

ChatGPT Literacy and Critique in a GenEd Classroom, Kristen Block, History

Virtual Paris in French Language Classes, Katherine Bevins, World Languages and Cultures

SmART Lab AI Creative Education and Workshops, Landin Eldridge , Art

Working with Chat GPT to Write Effective Business Documents, Melinda Backer, English

AI Brownbags in English, Misty G. Anderson, English

Machine Learning Module for Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Laboratory, Janice L. Musfeldt, Chemistry

Considering AI as an Assistive Tool in Public Art Innovation, Nyssa Collins, Art

Artificial Intelligence Applications for Signal and Image Processing in Remote Sensing Data, William Joseph, Anthropology

Digital Literacy in the Time of Open AI: A Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Perspective, Xuefei Ma, World Languages and Cultures