Wendy Okolo, The First Black Woman To Earn A Doctorate In Aerospace Engineering

Dr. Wendy Okolo is a Nigerian-born National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) aerospace engineer and the first Black woman to earn a doctorate in the field. According to her profile on the organization’s website, Okolo works as a special emphasis programs manager at Ames Research Center and is a research engineer in the Discovery and Systems Health Technology (DaSH) Area. Her role includes researching control systems applications, systems health monitoring and creating solutions for issues related to the designing of aircraft and spacecraft.  She earned her B.S. and Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2010 and…

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Enugu police command nabs notorious kidnappers

Juliet EzehThe Enugu state police command has arrested 3 notorious suspected kidnappers who has been terrorizing residents of Umueze Awkunanaw axis of Abgani LGA of Nkanu west in Enugu state.The state police public relation officer (PPRO) Ebere Amarizu stated this today at the command.According Ebere ” suspects were arrested  when their hideout at Umueze Agbani was raided by the operatives based on intelligence information.” During this operation, we were able to rescue Chime Edeh who was kidnapped by this suspects on the 16th March 2019″.During interrogation suspects confessed to the…

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