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Periodical for research & scholarship

Phoenix Scholar

Vol. 7, Issue 1

Spring 2024 Phoenix Scholar

Since its inception, artificial intelligence (AI) has captivated the imagination of scholars, scientists, and innovators worldwide. Yet, this technological marvel has not been devoid of controversy, sparking debates surrounding its ethical implications and its potential to redefine the human experience. As AI continues to permeate every facet of our lives, from classrooms to corporate boardrooms, the Spring 2024 Phoenix Scholar issue explores its multifaceted impact on education, research, and beyond. This exciting yet poignant edition includes pieces that zero in on how AI may be used, as well as questions on its relevance in our ever-changing technologically complicated world. This issue offers a number of perspectives on AI's potential to enhance teaching methodologies, streamline classroom processes, and the possibility to catalyze groundbreaking research endeavors.

Featured articles in this issue

  • The Potentials of Artificial Intelligence and Psychotherapy: Are We There Yet?
  • Reimagining Doctoral Education in Social Sciences: Cultivating a New
  • Archetype of Scholar-Practitioner in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
  • AI and Healthcare Education
  • Envisioning an AI-Education Collective
  • Creativity, Productivity, and Large Language Models: Co-Creation of Doctoral Research Questions
  • Navigating Leadership and Learning in the AI Era
  • ChatGPT Implementation in Higher Education: Advantages and Disadvantages
  • The Current Landscape of Artificial Intelligence in Project Work
  • Faculty AI Use Cases
  • Ethical Considerations in the Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Doctoral Dissertation Research