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March 4, 2024: iSAT's Winter Newsletter is Out!

March 4, 2024

Stay up-to-date on all of the great projects our team is working on with our latest newsletter. This issue includes updates on our two AI Partners CoBi and JIA as well as information about our testing going onin the iSAT lab and in classrooms. Read the full issue here.

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February 26, 2024: iSAT Team Members Published in AI Magazine!

Feb. 26, 2024

Several iSAT team members authored this paper: From learning optimization to learner flourishing: Reimagining AI in Education at the Institute for Student-AI Teaming (iSAT), which was just recently published online in AI Magazine. This is a great read about our Institute and what we are aiming to achieve! Read the...

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January 29, 2024: Congrats to iSAT Team Member Ananya Ganesh!

Jan. 29, 2024

A huge congratulations to Strand 1 Researcher Anaya Ganesh, who was part of a select group of outstanding researchers to receive this year’s Bell Family Endowed CS Scholarship in recognition of their outstanding research in the Academic Year 2022-2023. This is an incredible honor and iSAT is proud to have...

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January 22, 2024: iSAT team members have paper published in American Psychologist

Jan. 22, 2024

SAT’s Executive Director Peter Foltz and Chelsea Chandler contributed to the paper A Framework for Language Technologies in Behavioral Research and Clinical Applications: Ethical Challenges, Implications, and Solutions in the January issue of American Psychologist. With limited knowledge about the ethical and legal implications of utilizing artificial intelligence in psychological...

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January 15, 2024: SAT’s Work Featured in January’s NNERPP Extra

Jan. 15, 2024

iSAT is featured as part of a collection of stories of RPP research and impact, as told by partnerships within NNERPP (National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships) from various settings and context. On page 4, iSAT’s partnership with iHUB (inquiryHub) is listed as one of six stories of RPP Impact...

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January 8, 2024: iSAT Interim Associate Director Thomas Breideband Participates in Student Engagement through Technology Symposium at CU Boulder:

Jan. 8, 2024

This week Thomas Breideband presented on iSAT and how the Institute is using technology to further student learning. Hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Information Technology, this half-day event featured presentations, a panel discussion, and opportunities for hands-on learning.

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January 2, 2024: iSAT’s Peter Foltz Interviewed for Article on Top Tech Stories of 2023

Jan. 2, 2024

iSAT’s Executive Director Peter Foltz was interviewed for this Scripps News article on the top tech stories of 2023. With the Artificial Intelligence market continuing to explode, Peter gives his expert opinion on how ChatGPT is just the tip of the iceberg and what we can expect in the coming...

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December 11, 2023: The AI Steering Committee for K-12 Colorado was Officially Launched

Dec. 11, 2023

Colorado Education Initiative (CEI) and the AI Education Project (aiEDU) are expanding their partnership and previous collaborations to form a new, statewide AI in Colorado Education Steering Committee. iSAT’s Co PI Tammy Sumner is a Committee Member, along with iSAT’s SVVSD partner Mai Vu. Read the full press release here...

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December 4, 2023: iSAT Helps St. Vrain Students with Machine Learning at AI Event

Dec. 4, 2023

iSAT’s district partner, Saint Vrain Valley Schools, hosted an AI competition along with an awards event. Two iSAT team members, Emily Watts and Rui Zhang, participated at the event by hosting an interactive station that presented two projects using robots and machine learning techniques. First, they presented a Sphero programmable...

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November 27th, 2023: Visit from our External Advisory Board Member!

Nov. 27, 2023

One of iSAT’s External Advisory Board Member’s Dr. Karlyn R. Adams-Wiggins visited CU Boulder last week, meeting with several iSAT team members as well as speaking at the Institute of Cognitive Science’s Colloquia Series.

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