Black Lady Graduates With Aerospace Engineering Degree From US University, Netizens Praise Her: "Girl Magic"
- A determined Black lady, Mya Christinee, has celebrated graduating with an Aerospace Engineering degree
- The young lady earned the milestone at Pennsylvania State University in the United States of America
- She posted several stunning images on her Twitter account and received compliments from well-wishers
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Black excellence! A determined lady named Mya Christinee has celebrated earning an Aerospace Engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University in the US.
The young graduate took to social media to announce her academic milestone in a Twitter post.
Christinee bask in the joy of her achievement online
Christinee added four stunning images donning her adorable graduation gown at the reputable university.
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Dear Old State, I need some space after the most rewarding four years of my life. I am officially a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Aerospace Engineering! Oh, and I’m the ONLY black grad,'' she posted on Twitter.
Christinee posed for the pictures at different locations, including one beside a sculpture. Her achievement and frames gathered compliments from thoughtful netizens.
See the photos below:
Reactions to Christinee's accomplishment
Congrats, and welcome to the @PennStateAlums family!
Congrats!! When I graduated with that degree in 1988, there were only three women! Best of luck with your career.
I love that for you, Black girl magic.
Go and change the world! Congratulations!
Congrats, big time.
Congrats, and all the best! WE ARE!
Former Presbyterian SHS student graduates as valedictorian from UG
Still on education, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a former student of Presbyterian Senior High Technical School in Aburi, Lance Corporal Lancelot Allotey, graduated as the valedictorian of his class from the University of Ghana.
The Ghana Police Service officer achieved a Final Grade Point Average (FGPA) of 3.82 to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a Music major at the March 2023 congregation.
He enrolled at the nation's premier university in 2018, where he had to balance his education with his studies but overcame the difficulty.
Ghanasco alumnus graduates as valedictorian of UDS School of Engineering
Also, YEN.com.gh previously published that a former student of Ghana Senior High School (Ghanasco), Abdul Rahman Lansah, emerged as the valedictorian of the University for Development Studies (UDS) School of Engineering.
Lansah completed her studies at the Ghanaian institution with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 4.89 after beginning her academic career at the Kobilmagu Sobriya Islamic School.
Due to budgetary limitations, the young graduate, according to UDS, had a challenging journey to obtaining an education.
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