Staff Advisory Council Seeks 'Bright Ideas' for Improving Life on Campus
If you've ever thought to yourself, "Gee, the University really should think about (fill in the blank)," the Bright Ideas program wants to hear from you.
The employee suggestion program, which started in 1994, is responsible for some conveniences that many of us take for granted:
The giant initials on the color-coded front license plates of the CatTran shuttles – T for teal, G for green, and so on – came about after an employee suggested the letters would make it easier for color-blind people to identify the correct shuttles from a distance.
It's relatively easy to navigate the campus parking garages because another employee suggested better signs to tell people where to go for more parking, to pay or to exit.
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