Brilliant Lady Graduates with Engineering Degree from University of Nebraska; Peeps React to Her Grad Photos
- A young lady on Twitter has made history as the first Black student to graduate from the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska since 2017
- Asyaam took to her account to share stunning photos in her graduation gown to celebrate the academic feat
- Members of the Twitter community who saw her post on their feed reacted to the inspiring achievement
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A bubbly lady identified on Twitter as @asyaam has made history as the first Black student to graduate from the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska since 2017.
Asyaam is over the moon because of the achievement as she took to her account to announce and rejoice over the remarkable feat.
''Twitter doesn’t have enough characters to list my credentials pt 2. I am the first black student to graduate from the College of Engineering with a graduate degree at the University of Nebraska since 2017 and 1 degree hotter,'' she wrote.
Asyaam shared pictures rocking her graduation gown in the Twitter post, which had gained tons of reactions at the time of this publication.
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Ghanaian Graduates with Law Degree from University of Buckingham
Asyaam is not alone, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Joshua Alabi Jnr has become one of the youngest to graduate with an LLB second class upper degree from the University of Buckingham (UB) in the United Kingdom at 20.
His proud father, Prof Joshua Alabi, an academic and Ghanaian politician, celebrated his achievement on social media with photos from his graduation on Saturday, July 30.
''20 years Joshua Alabi Jnr graduated from Buckingham University with LLB second class upper today. Happy for him. To God be Glory,'' captioned the images.
Boy to Become Youngest Person to Graduate from Sam Houston State University at 15
Brilliant GH girl who graduated 2nd best at KNUST skips masters to pursue PhD on full scholarship in the US
Also, YEN com.gh reported that Nehemiah Juniel will make history as the youngest person and Black student to graduate from Sam Houston State University (SHSU) in the United States of America at 15.
The prodigy will receive his bachelor's degree in Health Sciences in August, a feat that has earned him attention.
Juniel has always been a bright child. He was doing pre-algebra at just five years old and received his Associate of Arts degree at age 13.
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