Student Panel – Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going: Navigating the Integration of Generative AI at UBC

Event Date & Time

  • May 7, 2024
    9:30 am - 11:00 am

Event Description


This event is part of the 2024 Celebrate Learning Week, taking place from May 6–10, 2024.

Join us in this student panel to learn how UBC students are navigating this growing field of GenAI that is significantly impacting education. In this session, students from different disciplines will share how they are using GenAI in their learning and reflect on key considerations associated with its use.

  • Key learnings integrating Generative AI into teaching practices.
  • The future of education with Generative AI: opportunities, challenges, and what lies ahead.
  • Strategies to complete assessments using Generative AI that promote integrity and learning.
  • Concerns, fears and ethical considerations surrounding Generative AI in higher education.
  • The influence of Generative AI on various disciplines and professions, including the new skills and competencies students need to succeed.

Panel Moderator: Judy Chan, Educational Consultant, CTLT


  • Jaclyn Fong, Grad student, Masters of Library Science, Digital Tattoo student coordinator
  • Kevin Wang, Grad student, B.A. in Computer Science
  • Mohammed AJ, Electrical engineering, APSC, 3rd year
  • William Kang, BSc, Comp. Science and Math
  • Tien Nguyen, undergrad student, Statistics, Faculty of Science, Cloud Innovation Centre
  • Harshinee Sriram, Grad student (4th year PhD), Computer Science, Faculty of Science

Note to Non-UBC Participants:

In order to register for this program, non-UBC faculty, staff, and students will need to create a UBC Basic CWL. To do this, please go to the CWL page and scroll down to the accordion tab that reads “Basic”. Follow the instructions there for creating and activating a Basic CWL, then please return to this page to register for the program.

This event will be hosted on Zoom.