26-year-old bags master's & PhD at Georgia, USA; now works for NASA

26-year-old bags master's & PhD at Georgia, USA; now works for NASA

- A 26-year-old gentleman named Dr Eugene Mangortey has succeeded in bagging his PhD at his young age

- Eugene bagged the doctorate in Aerospace Engineering after having his master's and first degrees

- The 26-year-old's father had sent a high academic pedestal by obtaining the highest form of education he could to the doctoral level

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Dr Eugene Mangortey, a 26-year-old gentleman from Ghana has bagged his doctorate degree (PhD) from the prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

In a story recounted by top academician, Alfred Ogbame,y sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal Facebook handle, Eugene bagged the doctorate in Aerospace Engineering.

It is indicated the young man was able to obtain his first degree, a master's degree and a PhD, all within seven years of your leaving Ghana.

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Interestingly, the 26-year-old's father had set a high academic pedestal by obtaining the highest form of education he could to the doctoral level with two master's degrees along the way.

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Dr Eugene Mangortey's younger brother, Ernest Tetteh Mangortey, is set to start his Masters/Doctoral pursuits in Technology Cybersecurity Policy (TCP) at the equally prestigious University of Colorado Boulder

Dr Eugene Mangortey is working with the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) and on NASA Projects.

26-year-old Ghanaian bags PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology

26-year-old Ghanaian bags PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology Source: Alfred Ogbamey
Source: UGC

In a similar powerful report by Briefly.co.za, Dajae William is a 26-year-old American lady who became an engineer by accident after her high school teacher mistakenly enrolled her in honours geometry.

According to an Instagram post by @becauseofthem, the young lady works at NASA as a rocket scientist and has been travelling around the country speaking to young people about mathematics and science using music.

Dajae is one of the best brains at NASA and her achievement thus far has been an inspiration for young people to aspire to greatness.

She told St Louis Public Radio:

⁠“Look, there are some pretty dope people that I work with across all of the NASA campuses, but I'm pretty sure that I'm the dopest."

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Dajae is a quality engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab. She is one of the few black people and one of the youngest to work at the research facility. ⁠

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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