Experts Ready to Discuss ChatGPT, Financial Literacy, and More with Reporters
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Below are experts from the ProfNet network who are available to discuss timely issues in your coverage area.
1. ChatGPT & Education
Who: Dr. Kim Round, Associate Dean and Academic Programs Director, Western Governors University’s School of Education
What they can discuss: ChatGPT and the future of learning; digital literacy
“ChatGPT has the potential to provide personalized tutoring to help learners elevate their critical thinking, as opposed to becoming mired in the mechanics of learning. However, we need to encourage learners to practice digital literacy – to always validate the information they receive in the process.”
Media contact: Mark Toth, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Growth in Banking
Who: Luke Billeri, CEO, Members Choice Credit Union
What they can discuss: Credit union strategy, financial literacy, money management, leadership
“Today, if you’re a bank or credit union, you cannot do things like you used to do 20 years ago. You have to be able to have things simple.”
Media contact: Laura Frnka-Davis, email@example.com
3. Emotion, Memory and Learning
Who: Jennifer Quinn, Associate Professor, Department of Pyschology, Miami University
What they can discuss: Jennifer Quinn’s research interests are in the neurobiology of learning, memory, stress, and emotion. Her research is done in the Learning, Memory and Emotion Lab at Miami University in the Department of Psychology.
“I am interested in how both associative and non-associative emotional memories are formed, retrieved, and used to guide future behavior. Specifically, I investigate how the brain initially stores and subsequently stabilizes, updates, and forgets long-term memories.”
Media contact: Alecia Lipton, firstname.lastname@example.org
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