Institute on AI, Pedagogy, and the Curriculum



  • Applications must be received by May 20, 2024.
  • Notification of selection decisions will be sent during the week of June 3, 2024.

Institute Teams

We recommend that teams consist of a team leader and four team members. We encourage you to select a senior administrator as your team lead; however, this is not a requirement for participation in the institute. Teams should include a diverse set of colleagues, including faculty who wish to employ new practices, policies, and pedagogies and/or adopt AI-related learning outcomes within their courses or curriculum. We encourage the inclusion of a senior academic leader from within the team’s context. Teams might also include instructional designers, center for teaching and learning staff, learning technologies professionals, or student affairs leaders as well as assessment and curriculum specialists and others with active roles in advancing AI, curricular reform, course design, student learning, and student success on campus. Although not restricted, a typical team minimum size would consist of five individuals.


The online application consists of questions about your institution and contact information for the team lead and team members. The heart of the application then consists of the following prompts:

  • Describe what led your team to apply to this institute. What are the key challenges you recognize within your context regarding AI (150 words)?
  • Summarize your institution's efforts thus far to address the challenges and opportunities presented by AI (150 words).
  • What are some of the resources and political issues at play in your context regarding AI (150 words)?
  • How does participation in the Institute on AI, Pedagogy, and the Curriculum align with your institution’s current strategic priorities (150 words)?
  • Identify 3–5 specific goals that you hope to accomplish by participating in the institute (250 words).
  • What are your top three needs or concerns related to AI in your context (100 words)?
  • What is your rationale for your team's composition (300 words)?
  • What do you believe your team can contribute to others participating in the institute (100 words)?
  • Is there other information you wish us to know as we evaluate your team’s application?

You will also be asked for information regarding the senior leader who is funding your team’s participation in the institute.