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Artificial Intelligence: 

Shaping Futures, Impacting Lives

WVU Art in the Libraries: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Your Education and Fields of Work:  Seeking Your Input

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Exhibition Launching August 2025, WVU Libraries

For the WVU Art in the Libraries 6th collaborative, multidisciplinary exhibition, we want to invite the WVU community to look at how artificial intelligence might impact fields of study, work, career readiness, community engagement and/or daily life. What will the use of these applications change about, for example, fields such as engineering, science, design, business, media, agriculture, education, the humanities, the arts, community development? How is AI already impacting you? The exhibit will debut at WVU Libraries in the fall of 2025 and become part of the  Research Repository of WVU.

We invite all WVU faculty, classes, staff, and groups in the fall of 2023 and spring 2024 to develop and submit content to be included in the exhibit.  

Ways of participating might include:

  • Faculty might...invite someone from the Libraries into one class session to do an interactive brainstorming exercise around the topic as it relates to your field of study, or use our Activity Guide to help outline a project.

  • Undergraduate students individually or in teams to ideate how AI will impact their careers using an AI platform of choice.  (And get iServe hours for participating -  see listing here!)

  • Graduate students might...engage with students/faculty/community with a survey to formulate how AI is/will impact their industry.  (And get iServe hours for participating -  see listing here!)

  • Scholars/staff might...consider individually how AI is already impacting their line of work and submit a personal response(s).

  • Other ideas: scroll through the infographics to get inspired. Check out all the resources below and on the LibGuide to get your brain moving. 

  • Want to bounce an idea off Exhibits Coordinator Sally Brown? Get in touch,

Contributions may range from the small to the large, tailored to suit your objectives or idea.  The only mandate is to grapple with how AI may impact the future.

Content will be submit via this form, including participant(s) names, email, title, department(s), a brief summary, any links/images, and an allowance for additional information. We encourage interactive ideas! Feel free to submit through May 31, 2024.

Get Inspired


Submission and Deadline

Submit by May 31, 2024.



Scholarly Committee:

  • Amy Cyphert, Director, ASPIRE Office; L ecturer in Law, WVU College of Law
  • Catherine Gouge, Professor of English and Coordinator, Medical Humanities and Health Studies 
  • Paul Heddings, WVU Director of Integrity
  • Mohamed Hefeida, Teaching Associate Professor, Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering 
  • Gangqing (Michael) Hu,  Assistant Professor,  Lab of Genomic Data Science and Epigenome Biology,  Director of the Bioinformatics Core,  Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Cell Biology, WVU  School of Medicine
  • Jonah McAllister-Eri c kson, WVU Scholarly Communications Librarian
  • Amirah Mitchell, Junior, WVU Biomedical Engineering
  • Jeffrey Moser, Assistant Professor, Interactive Design for Media, WVU College of Creative Arts
  • Seth Newell, Discovery Services Librarian, WVU Libraries
  • Renee Nicholson, Director, WVU Humanities Center
  • Jennifer Sano-Franchini, WVU Professor of Rhetoric and Writing and associate professor of English
  • Andrew Wheeler, Association Professor of Forensic Investigation, Department of Social Sciences and Public Administration, WVU Institute of Technology
  • Evan Widders, WVU Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education
  • Travis Williamson, User Interface Designer, Technologist, WVU Libraries