UW mechanical engineering grad exploring a universe of options in space science

The University of Wisconsin-Madison was not able to honor its class of 2020 UW-Madison engineering graduates in-person this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but for Ebenezer Fanibi it still feels amazing.

“It feels great. No more assignments; no more classes,” Fanibi tells Madison365. “It’s not as great as you would hope given the pandemic and all. Not getting to walk for graduation is a little bit of an anti-climatic ending. It’s something you look forward to – being able to walk across that stage. but it’s still exciting to move on to the next stage in life.”

Fanibi is originally from Blaine, a suburb north of Minneapolis.

“My brother went to school in Madison and he enjoyed his time there,” Fanibi remembers. “I really wanted to try something different than Minnesota – I’ve been in Minnesota my whole life. UW-Madison came up as one of my options and it was a highly regarded school.”

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