Thomas DiBenedetto grew up watching Judge Judy with his mom, leading him to want to be a lawyer when he really grew up. But his first physics class in 10th grade – and “a law class I couldn’t stand in college” – changed everything. And just like that, it was goodbye courtroom, hello laboratory and computer calculations.
“It’s like a spark was lit,” he said. And it’s one that allows DiBenedetto to put his passion and skills to work to build real-world systems and help us solve real-world problems as a mechanical engineer for the Office of Campus Planning, Design, and Construction.
Read more about Thomas DiBenedetto on Stronger Together’s Meet Your New Colleagues webpage.
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