We’re still here: Ryan Bansemer ’20

Ryan Bansemer ’20 of West Allis, Wisconsin, plans to attend graduate school and also has applied for the next class as a conservation warden with the State of Wisconsin. He also has an interest in pursuing forensics and working in a crime lab.

At Ripon, “I definitely learned how to manage my time,” he says. “Playing football, being active in my fraternity and having the chemistry-biology major and criminal justice minor all competed for my attention.”

He is finishing the semester remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “I’ve been able to dig into grad school applications as well as researching possible career paths,” Bansemer says. “It’s been hard not being able to finish this year with my fraternity brothers, friends and classmates. We’ve missed out on those final milestones.”


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