Brilliant woman makes history in US university, bags 2 Masters, becomes first-ever woman to earn PhD in Computer Engineering
Shamaria Engram, a clever woman, became the first ever black woman to receive a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of South Florida in Florida, the United States, creating a new milestone for the institution.
Shamaria Engram managed to break the institution’s almost 40-year-old record by working hard to acquire her degree during a period of global epidemic. Her exceptionality was publicized by the University of South Florida on their official social media accounts.
“Shamaria Engram is making University of South Florida history as the first Black woman to graduate with a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering,” the university posted on Twitter.
Engram began her academic career at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering with honors.
She entered the University of South Florida right after receiving her bachelor’s degree and enrolled in two Master’s programs in computer science and computer engineering. She received a Masters of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) in Computer Engineering in addition to her MSCS in Computer Science.
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