A young Ghanaian Student identified as Eileen Goody Gans-Lartey has graduated with a doctoral degree in Civil Engineering from the university.
The lady graduated as the first international Ph.D. student from her University’s School of Civil Engineering and Architecture.
The woman has joined the ranks of women with a doctorate in Civil Engineering and is poised to leave her prints in the sands of time.
She achieved this sterling academic milestone at the age of 30 years old. The University of Ghana alumna has celebrated the achievement as she shared her tough academic journey to receiving her doctoral degree.
Her post reads:
“When God shows up, He shows off! PhD @ 30
“PHD in Civil Engineering bagged
“Undoubtedly my toughest academic journey. My resilience was tested on all fronts but this God!!!
“1st International PhD student from my University to complete in 3 years
“1st International PhD student to graduate from my University’s school of Civil Engineering and Architecture
“Only international PhD student graduating from the 2018 class“
Below are some reactions from Netizens:
Ernie Abbey said: ”Yes, congratulations to you my dear. This is just the beginning love. Super proud of you and all your accomplishments.”
Eileen Goody Gans-lartey replied: ”Ernie Abbey Awww thanks very much, Auntie! God bless you.”
Maame Wirekowaa said: ”Congratulations dear, you are an inspiration to many.”
Ahiable Mawuko commented: ”This is a real success: Congrats, daughter of Africa.”
Nanabena Beyoun Bamfo Sampson said: ”Congratulations my Goody. This is just the beginning dear. More congratulation messages coming your way this year. I’m soo proud of you.”
Patrick Richard Okine commented: ”Congratulations. Eileen. Keep soaring high and shining.”
Matilda Nyantakyi Broni said: ”Congratulations, my dear. Very proud of you.”
Eileen Goody Gans-larte replied: ”Matilda Nyantakyi Broni thank you Mama.” Amanda Gyan said: ”Well-done girl… More heights to attain.”
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