Interfaith Worship and Artificial Intelligence June 18

UNLV faculty, staff, and students are invited to join their colleagues from across the country for a virtual session hosted by Campus Compact which will showcase student-led community impact projects addressing Interfaith Worship and Artificial Intelligence

This is the second of three Student Impact Summer Series offerings highlighting student-led community engagement projects, and features the work of recipients of Campus Compact's Newman Civic Fellow Mini-Grant Program (powered by The Allstate Foundation).

UNLV is a proud member of Campus Compact, a national coalition of colleges and universities committed to advancing the public purposes of higher. Participation in this offering is free of charge for members of the UNLV campus community.

Learn more and/or register online.

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