Until recent times, most women hardly pursued courses that would eventually lead to careers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). In light of this, a young woman has won many hearts for her PhD work in Mathematics.
Angela Tabiri, a young female math-goddess is making headlines for the superior quality of work she has produced for her PhD in Mathematics for the University of Glasgow.
While Mathematics is generally regarded as a no-go area for most women, Angela is challenging this narrative with her recent work.
The high quality of her work has gained traction on social media and many have showered accolades on the math-goddess.
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Truly, ''this language is of the gods'' and Angela is a notable goddess.
Unsurprisingly, most people are also at sea, and cannot make meaning of anything.
For most math geniuses, a mastery of the field would help in solving problems including finding solutions to diseases, researching into its causes and developing long lasting solutions to it.
Also, some make the case that mathematics could be applied to every facet of human life to improve or cause a change for the better.
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And Angela’s passion for mathematics continues to motivate her to defy the difficulty and challenges associated with studying mathematics and its application. Angela Tabiri will soon graduate from the University of Glasgow with a PhD in Mathematics.
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Recently, Legit.ng shared the story of a husband and wife who both bagged PhD in Mathematics. Many rejoiced with them as they shared their success story.
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