Dr. Mashrur “Ronnie” Chowdhury, the Director of Center for Connected Multimodal Mobility, was invited to speak to undergraduate students and faculty at Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina, on Friday, February 15, 2019. Dr. Chowdhury gave an hour-long talk, to around 40 gathered students and faculty from a myriad of majors, such as Computer Science, Mathematics, Criminal Justice, Engineering, and Psychology at the BC-CARES Multimedia Room. This talk covered some of C2M2’s ongoing Connected and Autonomous Vehicle research taking place at Clemson University. Talks like this are vital to exposing bright undergraduate students to the latest transportation technologies and opportunities available to them to continue their studies in transportation discipline. Dr. Chowdhury’s presentation was followed by a question and answer session, giving students time to connect C2M2’s research to their current studies. Dr. Gurcan Comert, one of our Center’s associate directors, organized this event.