This informal discussion centers UT students’ perspectives on ChatGPT. Students will share their perceptions and questions regarding the tool and its applications within and outside of the classroom. Panelists will also discuss what they want UT instructors and staff to know about their concerns and feelings around ChatGPT, and will begin to collaboratively imagine possibilities for a future in education that considers its role and potential impacts.
We will be joined by a panel of students from a variety of experiences and disciplines: Macy Huang, third year, Computer Science and Mathematics; Noor Iqbal, third year, Rhetoric and Writing, Digital Humanities, and UTeach Liberal Arts; Alec Leaper, senior, English and Government; and Enrique Velasquez Morquecho, PhD student, Mechanical Engineering. The panel will be co-facilitated by Kaitlyn Farrell Rodriguez, PhD student, English; and Monica Obregon, Masters student, Educational Leadership and Policy.