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2023 CACE Faculty Article Series

We are happy to offer you Wheaton College Faculty articles on our 2023 Spring Faculty Seminar exploring the theme "AI & the Liberal Arts."  Each month we will add a new article as it is published in our eJournal.


Rick-Gibson-August 2023The Answer to Generative AI is Pedagogy Not Policy
Richard Gibson, Ph.D.
Professor of English


150x150 Jeremy BottsA Video Reflection: AI & the Liberal Arts
Jeremy Botts, M.F.A.

Associate Professor of Art


150x150Stephen BretsenArtificial Intelligence, Copyright Law, and the Conundrum of Personhood
Stephen N. Bretsen, J.D.
William Volkman Associate Professor of Business and Law


150x150 Aubrey BusterWhat Does it Mean to Write? Ancient Scribes and the Challenge of AI
Aubrey Buster, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Old Testament


150x150 Denise DanielsWhat Kind of Person Do You Want to Be?
Denise Daniels, Ph.D.
Hudson T. Harrison Professor of Entrepreneurship


150x150 Enoch HillBetter AI and Better Humans
Enoch Hill, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Macroeconomics


150x150 dyanne martin AI and the Educator's IOU
Dyanne Martin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English and Education


150x150 Bryan McGraw (2) AI & the Liberal Arts
Bryan T. McGraw, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Politics, Dean of Social Sciences


150x150 Brian MillerGenerative AI and Learning Together in Classrooms
Brian Miller, Ph.D. 
Professor of Sociology


150x150 David ShinThe Art of a Good Question
Euntaek D. Shin, Ph.D. 
Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Baylor University (Wheaton College Theology Faculty 2022-23)


150x150 Mary VanderschootHow will ChatGPT change how I teach mathematics?
Mary Vanderschoot, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics


150x150 Thomas VanDrunen

AI & the Liberal Arts
Thomas VanDrunen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Computer Science


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