Lunch & Learn: Generative AI—Teaching Uses, Learning Curves, and Classroom Policies

How are faculty using generative AI tools in the classroom? What guidelines and recommendations do we have for AI use in the classroom, from both a pedagogical perspective and policy perspective? What are we learning about its implications as we look to integrate AI tools into our teaching practices?

Join the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation for a discussion with panelists from the Krieger School, the School of Medicine, and Carey Business School about their use of AI and contribute your thoughts about potential classroom policies for AI.

Lunch provided for in-person attendees.

Date and Time Tuesday, Oct. 3, noon to 1:30 p.m. Location MSE Library, Garrett Room (CTEI offices) and Zoom (link provided upon registration)


  • Sean Tackett, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  • Carly Schnitzel, JHU University Writing Program
  • Jun Fang, Carey Teaching and Learning Center

Register here.