BEAUTY Goes Viral . . . After Getting Her PHD From M.I.T. . . . In Nuclear Engineering!!!

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Mareena Robinson Snowden became the first Black woman to graduate from MIT with a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering. And she's gorgeous too.

A few weeks ago, Mareena Robinson Snowden graduated the illustrious university, and made history. Her dissertation focused on the development of radiation detectors for future nuclear arms control treaties.

She has a website, that gves some of her personal details. For example, Mareena is from Miami and earned a B.S. in Physics from the historically Black College Florida A&M University.

Here are her words on the historic achievement"

“No one can tell me God isn’t. Grateful is the best word I have to describe how I feel. Grateful for every part of this experience – highs and lows. Every person who supported me and those who didn’t. Grateful for a praying family, a husband who took on this challenge as his own, sisters who reminded me at every stage how powerful I am, friends who inspired me to fight harder. Grateful for the professors who fought for and against me. Every experience on this journey was necessary, and I’m better for it.”

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She also describes herself as, "a straightforward person. I like to be happy, challenged, and have a purpose. A native of Miami, I thrive in environments where diverse perspectives and skill-sets are valued. Educated at Florida A&M University, where I earned a B.S. in physics, I am a firm supporter of historically black colleges and universities as an irreplaceable aspect of the Black American experience. In 2017, I became the first American-born woman of color to earn a PhD in nuclear engineering from MIT. My dissertation focused on the development of radiation detectors for future nuclear arms control treaties."