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Embracing AI’s potential

August 14, 2023

President Connie Ledoux Book reflects on the potential of artificial intelligence in higher education and beyond.

Point of View: The golden decade of AI

August 11, 2023

Lauren Lee '06, head of product and content marketing at The Weather Company, shares her insights into what we could expect from AI going forward.

Hiding in plain sight

August 11, 2023

Casey DiRienzo wants business students to recognize signs of human trafficking, know where it is found in supply chains and understand what to do if they encounter victims.

A brave new world

August 11, 2023

Rapid advances in generative AI technology raise new questions about what it means to learn, work, create, make ethical decisions — and even what makes us human.

Syllabuzz: Globalization of Hip-Hop

August 10, 2023

Assistant Professor of English Jennifer Eidum explores the impact of hip-hop on people an cultures around the world as part of this Core Curriculum class.

The unstoppable Amy Wert

May 8, 2023

Paralyzed after a pool accident, Amy Wert G’17 is advocating for those with physical or intellectual limitations.

To the ends of the earth

May 8, 2023

After traveling to Antarctica as part of National Geographic’s Grosvenor Teacher Fellows program, Vickie Obenchain '03 hopes her journey will inspire her students to follow their own dreams.

Bound for the booth

April 26, 2023

Javik Blake ’23 knew Elon would give him the opportunity to broadcast early and often, allowing him to pursue his dream of working in baseball.