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Professional development opportunities

The Humanities Edge partnership between an urban state college and a public research university is a critical collaborative space for extending and diversifying the study, scholarship and practice of the humanities. Faculty are invited to participate in a wide range of programs from collaborative research projects and curricular alignment initiatives to faculty professional development seminars.

Opportunities will be posted here as they become available.

History and AI Prompt Engineering Workshop

October 11, October 25 and November 1, 2023
3:30 pm–5:00 pm in Everglades Hall (EH) 150

This workshop series will address how Large Language Models like ChatGPT work, how their existence impacts teaching and learning in History courses, how instructors can adjust instruction methods, and how to deal with academic integrity as it relates to AI tools. Participants will be provided with techniques and tools to help rethink and redesign their writing prompts in light of new AI technology.

Writing Across the Curriculum Faculty Reading Group: Exploring AI's Impact

October 19 and November 2, 2023
12:00 pm–1:30 pm Virtual Event

Join us for this enlightening reading group where we'll collectively ponder, question, and envision the future of teaching with writing in the age of AI. Whether you're well-versed in technology integration or just beginning to explore its potential, this group offers an inclusive space for all of us to learn, share insights, and strategize together.