According to Professor Alexa Alice Joubin, meta-cognition and critical questioning skills are among the most important competency in the era of artificial intelligence. Prof. Joubin spoke at the QS Summit.

2023 Wang Endowment Lecture

Attendant with Pearls: Abolition, Portraiture, Agency, and the Properties of Benevolence is the topic of this year’s Wang Endowment Lecture, to be delivered by Professor Patricia Matthew. All are welcome!

Generative Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) tools have the potential to alter profoundly the ways we work, create, think, and behave. They raise such questions as: What makes humans distinctive? Can machines have consciousness? What is intelligence? Are the methods used to create A.I. tools ethical?

Happy new year! Join us for our first even of the year to learn about the latest AI. From AI that write original papers, essays, and poems, to those that create art or write computer code, these technologies are quickly impacting on many aspects of higher education.

The Writer’s Center presents a FREE virtual chat about the craft of fiction! We’re joined by novelists Virginia Hartman (The Marsh Queen) and Annie Liontas (Let Me Explain You) for a discussion of their books and writing. RSVP below to receive login information (our virtual events are held via Zoom). FREE and open to the public, all times Eastern.

Film Screening and Discussion

Join us for a screening of Ophelia, October 4th, from 1:00 - 3:30 pm in Corcoran 103

GW University Teaching Day

The 2022 George Washington University Teaching Day will take place in Gelman Library on October 6. Register here to attend the free …

GW English professor Alexa Alice Joubin is giving a WoW Talk today on Trans Studies and Why It Matters. Here is the …

Author James Han Mattson will appear virtually to read from his newly released novel, Reprieve, and take part in a discussion about …