AI and Higher Education

Implications for Learning, Curricula, and Institutions

January 10, 2024

Few innovations have impacted higher education as deeply and swiftly as artificial intelligence has. Initially viewed simply as a threat to academic integrity, it’s now clear that AI presents far greater challenges—and opportunities. Goldman Sachs has estimated that AI may replace 300 million full-time jobs. This rapid workforce evolution is creating demand for an accompanying evolution of higher education to meet new expectations. During this webinar, panelists discussed how artificial intelligence could affect higher education, including how AI could influence instruction, curricula, and institutions. They’ll also suggested paths forward to help you and your institution succeed in this new era.


  • Bryan Alexander

    Bryan Alexander

    Senior Scholar, Georgetown University
  • Glida Barabino

    Gilda A. Barabino

    President and Professor, Olin College of Engineering
  • William J. McKinney

    William J. McKinney

    Senior Director of Higher Education Initiatives, Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
  • C. Edward Watson

    C. Edward Watson

    Associate Vice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation and Executive Director for Open Educational Resources and Digital Innovation, AAC&U
  • Michael Roth

    Michael S. Roth

    President, Wesleyan University


  • Lynn Pasquerella

    Lynn Pasquerella

    President, AAC&U