CIRCLS’23: Convening Agenda

Shaping AI and Emerging Technologies to Empower Learning Communities
November 2-3, 2023

Convening Agenda
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Day 1: Thursday, November 2nd, 2023

Dr. Meredith Broussard is an associate professor at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute of New York University and 2018 Reynolds Journalism Institute Fellow. She is the author of two books: Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World (2019), and More than a Glitch: Confronting Race, Gender, and Ability Bias in Tech (2023).

08:30AM Networking and Registration

09:00AM Welcoming Remarks from NSF and Program Overview

09:40AM Roundtables: Learn more about research projects while engaging with peers in small groups

11:05AM Expertise Connection I: Develop your expertise and connections with experts

12:20PM Networking Lunch (provided)

01:10PM Keynote: Meredith Broussard

02:00PM Expanding CIRCLS

03:15PM Expertise Connections II: Develop your expertise and connections with experts

05:00PM Gallery Walk: Posters and Demos

Day 2: Friday, November 3rd, 2023

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Dr. Marcelo Worsley is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Learning Sciences at Northwestern University. He directs the technological innovations for inclusive learning and teaching (tiilt) lab, which aims to develop pedagogical and technological solutions for supporting learning among diverse populations in hands-on, collaborative environments.

08:30AM Registration

08:45AM NSF Funding Opportunities Panel View the presentation.

09:10AM All About CIRCLS and Our Community

09:45AM Keynote: Marcelo Worsley

11:00AM Youth Panel

11:40AM Networking Lunch (provided)

12:35PM Strategy Sessions: Plan and imagine the future of our community’s research

02:00PM Town Hall: Share your community’s vision for the future with NSF and each other

03:00PM Closing