Artificial Intelligence already has a wide range of uses, including self-driving cars, smart assistants, and marketing chatbots. But as it makes its way into higher education, how can it be used as a student-centered tool?

There is no longer a question on whether or not colleges and universities will adopt AI. The concern now is how to ethically and efficiently implement AI to improve the student experience.

In the upcoming Virtual Forum, hosted by The Chronicle and University Innovation Alliance, a panel of experts in education, research, and technology will discuss how higher ed institutions can benefit from AI.

Join “AI Tools for Student Engagement” on January 31st at 2 p.m. ET. 


Ian Wilhelm

Assistant Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education

Bridget Burns

Chief Executive Officer
University Innovation Alliance


Michael Berman

Higher Education Consultant

Drew Magliozzi

Chief Executive Officer

Dawn Medley

Vice Provost for Enrollment Management
Stony Brook University

Aashir Nasim

Vice President for Institutional Equity, Effectiveness and Success
Virginia Commonwealth University

Tim Renick

Executive Director
National Institute for Student Success


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Tuesday, January 31st, 2023