[AI Seminar] Fwd: KLRN Virtual Classroom Screening

Andrew Moore awm at cs.cmu.edu
Tue Nov 3 10:03:23 EST 2015

Dear AI faculty and AI friends,

I'm wondering if anyone would be interested in volunteering for a medium
sized event with some middle school and high school kids tomorrow. The deal
is one hour spent over chat (I think it's chat as opposed to live
videoconference) with a total of 50-100 school kids from around the
country, who will have just seen a nova show which focusses on the future
world with AI and robotics and will have a bunch of questions.

Please let me and Katrina (cc'd) know if you'd be interested in helping out
at one of the two times below (warning, note they are central). I think it
would be fun and I'd do it myself except I am enmeshed in meeting all of


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Katrina Kehoe <KKehoe at klrn.org>
Date: Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 2:02 PM
Subject: KLRN Virtual Classroom Screening
To: "awm at cs.cmu.edu" <awm at cs.cmu.edu>
Cc: Jennifer Herrera <jherrera at klrn.org>

Hi Professor Moore,

It was great to speak with you and I hope that someone from you university
can join us on our two online screenings this week. Below is information to

-          This week’s program:  NOVA Science Now:  What’s The Next Big
Watch the full episode here: http://video.klrn.org/video/1801365037/

-          There are two screenings on Wednesday, November 4

               11AM CST   https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/jy3uo

                3:30PM CST   https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/kgb78

-          Our screening is about 1 hour long and that includes a
question/answer session for the students.

-          We usually have between 50-80 students on with us each
week---sometimes full classes join!

-          We would like at least  1 person from your university on each
screening…feel free to have more than 1 person join us if you feel like it
would be beneficial. All we need is a name, headshot, short bio, and e-mail
address for each person who joins us from your university.

-          The students are usually VERY engaged and ask fun questions and
the questions are usually typical middle and high school
questions…entertaining and easy.

Attached is a graphic that we use to promote this week’s class. Feel free
to share to help to explain what our objective is.

Thanks so much for your help! I look forward to hearing back from you or
someone from your department.
Feel free to call or e-mail me with questions.
All the best,


* Katrina Kehoe  |   VP Communications and Marketing KLRN-TV 210.208.8433

*kkehoe at klrn.org <kkehoe at klrn.org>*

*klrn.org <http://www.klrn.org/>*

Andrew Moore <http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~awm/>, Dean, School of Computer Science
<http://www.cs.cmu.edu/>, Carnegie Mellon. Twitter feed
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