Unizin Virtual Summit 2024

April 2 & 4 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm Central Time

Registration is now open!

The Unizin Summit will remain free in 2024, creating a great environment to learn, connect, and collaborate with peers from higher education! Thanks to the virtual format, there is room for everyone.

 

The 2024 Summit will take shape with three tracks:

  • AI and the Future of Teaching and Learning
  • Being Student-centered: Implementing Tools, Platforms, and Consortia to Support Student Success
  • Data in Action

 

We look forward to another year of fantastic conversations and new connections as we explore how Unizin members and vendor partners come together to support student success through affordability and data!

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Keynote Speaker, Kyle Bowen

 

Kyle Bowen is Deputy CIO at Arizona State University where he is responsible for enabling how the ASU community experiences technology to learn, work and thrive. A self-described storyteller, Kyle is passionate about transforming education with a learner and student-centered approach. He was previously the director of innovation for teaching and learning with technology at Penn State University. By collaborating across the institution, he advanced faculty professional development, space design, learner creativity, and data science efforts. Kyle also formerly served as the director of learning informatics at Purdue University, a role that shaped the university’s strategy to improve student attainment through award winning emerging technologies. Kyle is an entrepreneur, teacher, and regular speaker on innovations in higher education. Co-author and editor of more than 20 books on design, development, and usability, his past work has appeared in the New York Times, USA Today, and the Chronicle of Higher Education.

 

 

Headshot of Keynote Speaker, Kyle Bowen.

Keynote Panel

AI & the Student Experience: Challenges and Opportunities

AI is impacting nearly every area of our institutions. This panel discussion will provide a multitude of perspectives on AI as it relates to the student experience, ranging from policy, technology, faculty development, teaching and learning.

Headshot of Keynote Panelist, Alexandra Bitton-Bailey.

Alexandra Bitton-Bailey 

Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence, the University of Florida

Headshot of keynote panelist, Amy Goodburn.

Amy Goodburn

Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Undergraduate Education, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Headshot of keynote panelist, Stuart Selber.

Stuart Selber 

Professor of English and Director of Digital Education, the Pennsylvania State University

Headshot of keynote panelist, Tom Andriola.

Tom Andriola

Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Data & Chief Digital Officer, UC Irvine