AI and Privacy
In the flurry of articles about possible uses of newly powerful AI tools, there seem to be a couple of possible interpretations: it’s great and will make everything better and easier! or: it’s the end of the world as we know it and it will ruin educationStudent Scholarship: Kubota Legacy Garden Booklet, "The Life & Legacy of Fujitarō Kubota"
Landscape designer Fuitaro Kubota is well-known for merging Japanese tradition with PNW native plants. Read more about this legacy in Seattle and here on campus in the "Kubota Legacy Garden Booklet" by Amelia Delgado, Naomi Kasumi, and Shannon Britton.Care, academic excellence, justice: How can you ethically and responsibly use ChatGPT?
How does the use of emerging technology like ChatGPT support or challenge our stated values at SU? We aim for academic excellence, we aim to think critically, we aim to avoid bias and promote justice.AI in Business and Business Schools
AI has grabbed headlines around academia a lot recently. However, its been making waves, especially in the business world for far longer. Read on for a snapshot of AI in business today, and how we might approach conversations on AI with business studentsSlice & Advice Research Party 5/30/23 @ 12pm!
Come get a slice of pizza and some advice from Learning Assistance Programs, the Writing Center, and Research Librarians!
Alfie Scholars Research Now Available Onlineby Rochelle Lundy on 2022-02-15T12:10:00-08:00 | 0 Comments
The Alfie Scholars program trains students to become leaders for civility who are committed to addressing social wrongs through dialogue and action, to contributing to the conversation or initiating one, to using their voice to enlighten and speak for the voiceless, to remaining curious, open-minded, and respectful, and to promoting social justice and our shared humanity.
Each summer, Alfie Scholars attend a specially tailored Seattle University Core Curriculum course. As part of this course, they research, present, and write about an issue of social significance on which they hope to lead change for the common good. At the end of the summer, all scholars present their papers at a professional-level conference.
A dedicated reference librarian from the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons supports the Alfie Scholars as they conduct their research and the library now celebrates the work of these civility leaders on ScholarWorks, Seattle University’s online repository. Review schedules from the 2020 and 2021 Alfie Scholars Conferences and click on a presentation title to access more information about the presentation or read the accompanying paper.
Interested in even more Seattle University student scholarship? The ScholarWorks repository showcases a variety of work created by Seattle University students, including undergraduate and graduate theses, dissertations, and culminating projects, SUURJ: Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal, and more! If you have questions about the ScholarWorks repository, please contact Rochelle Lundy, Scholarly Communication Officer, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons.
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