Banking executives discuss how higher ed institutions are doing in their efforts to teach students to be responsible about their finances while in school and in future stages of life.
As driverless shuttles and ride-sharing become more widespread, consider these five strategies for integrating them with other campus transportation options.
What are the biggest challenges colleges and universities face when it comes to moving students around campus and to destinations in the surrounding community?
Operating shuttles without drivers and adding ride-share traffic on campuses raises questions about pedestrians. Here are three safety protection actions to take:
1. Reach out for resources.
With no sidewalks on the road leading from the campus of Garrett College in McHenry, Maryland, into town, students must walk along the edge of the state-maintained road.
At some colleges, students are playing an important role in developing high-tech transportation tools, including driverless shuttles. These four institutions provide hands-on experience in the transportation technology of the future.