- A Nigerian woman has celebrated her achievement on social media after accepting an associate professorship in a school in the United States
- Uju Anya said she was offered to join the Modern Languages Department at Carnegie Mellon University
- According to the Nigerian woman, she will be joining the school as associate professor of second language acquisition in July 2021
A Nigerian woman identified as Uju Anya has taken to social media to share her win after she was offered to join a university in the United States as an associate professor.
According to Uju, she will be joining the Modern Languages Department at Carnegie Mellon University as associate professor of second language acquisition in July 2021.
"I’ve been eager to share some very good news and now finally can. I accepted an offer to join the Modern Languages Department at Carnegie Mellon University as associate professor of second language acquisition starting July 2021. Kids and I will be moving to Pittsburgh in June."
Tweeps flooded the comment section of the woman's post with congratulatory messages.
A Twitter user with the handle @lolaschild wrote:
"Congratulations! Exciting news. Feel free to hit me up with questions. I'm here and the Black world is very small."
"Amazing, congratulations!! I went to undergrad just up the street at Pitt, Pittsburgh is a great city."
"Congratulations, and welcome to CMU! Please let me know when you arrive. I'll be happy to take you out for coffee, safely and distanced of course! I teach in the ling major hosted by philosophy."
"Congratulations and super good luck with this new gig! You and the kids will have fun, I spent a couple of years in Pittsburg old city though but I did have serious fun!"
In other news, an academic identified as Evans Omondi has taken to social media to celebrate his achievement after bagging a PhD in applied mathematics.
According to Omondi who shared the good news on his LinkedIn page, his PhD journey successfully came to an end following his graduation.
Omondi, who lectures mathematics and statistics at Strathmore University, wrote:
"The long PhD journey successfully came to an end following the graduation. Congratulations are in order!!"