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Dosunmu-Ogunbi Of Nigeria Is The First African American Woman To Earn A PhD In Robotics From A University

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Dosunmu-Ogunbi Of Nigeria Is The First African American Woman To Earn A PhD In Robotics From A University

Oluwami Dosunmu-Ogunbi, a Nigerian lady, made history by becoming the first African American woman to earn a PhD in robotics from the University of Michigan in the United States.

The multidisciplinary study and practice of designing, building, operating, and utilizing robots is known as robotics.

Recently, Dosunmu-Ogunbi gave a speech at the university’s commencement.

She gave a remarked during her speech that she didn’t know exactly what she wanted to accomplish when she began her degree.

She said she would use her knowledge in the engineering field to make a “positive impact on the world”.

“A Michigan Engineer is one who does not just provide scientific and technological leadership,” she said.

“But is also one who is intellectually curious, socially conscious, creates collaborative solutions to societal problems, and promotes an inclusive and innovative community of service for the common good.

“We each have a solemn duty to make positive contributions to the world. Well, my reasons for becoming an engineer were initially frivolous, but they eventually moved into something more meaningful. I want to have a positive impact on the world.”

Earning a Ph.D. degree is a big stepping stone towards a brighter future. Congratulations on your hard-earned Doctorate degree! May this be the stepping stone of your future endeavors!

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