Modeled on the successful Peer-to-Peer initiative the CAT facilitated in 2020, this program will invite 20 faculty to develop and facilitate AI Seminars for colleagues within their divisions, schools, or departments. Any Wake Forest instructor scheduled to teach a course in the 2024-2025 academic year, or a full-time continuing faculty member on leave, is eligible to facilitate or participate in a seminar. This includes tenure-stream faculty, teaching professionals, visiting professors, postdoctoral fellows, part-time instructors, and staff who teach courses.

This faculty-centered approach honors existing expertise, provides discipline-specific guidance, and allows our teachers to support one another as they reflect on the implications of AI for teaching and learning at Wake Forest. Peer facilitators will receive a $1,500 stipend and $1,500 for food, books, or trial licenses for 15 participants.

Facilitators have been selected and seminars will be advertised here in the coming weeks.