Knight Faculty Recognized for Creative Responses to Generative AI

The Vice Provost for Academic Innovation and the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) invited Cornell faculty to apply for a new Teaching Innovation Award.  This award recognizes creative classroom experiences and teaching implementations from the last year, with the goal of inspiring other instructors through the sharing of new ideas, methods, and strategies at Cornell. 

This year's theme highlights creative engagements and approaches developed in response to generative AI. 


  • Jennifer Birkeland, Landscape Architecture, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Tracy Carrick, Knight Institute, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Juan Hinestroza, Fiber Science and Apparel, College of Human Ecology
  • Peter Katzenstein (students: Amelia Arsenault; Peter Joachim), Government, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Amie Patchen, Public and Ecosystem Health, College of Veterinary Medicine
Honorable Mentions       
  • Toby Ault, Atmospheric Science, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Michael Jefferson, Architecture, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
  • Eddy Man Kim, Human Centered Design, College of Human Ecology
  • Suzanne Lane, Engineering Communications Program, College of Engineering
  • Melissa Meyers, Knight Institute/English Language Support, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Qian Yang, Information Science, Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information

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