Ghanaian Makes History as 1st Black Computer Science Professor at top UK University

Michael Opoku Agyeman, a former student of KNUST has now become the first Black professor in Computer Science at the University of Northampton Aside from his brilliant feat at the respected UK institution, Michael also works as an external examiner at Glasgow Caledonian University People from all over the world have been celebrating Michael for his inspirational success story.
In the words of Agyeman who also works as an external examiner at Glasgow Caledonian University, Enjoy reading our stories?  “I am proud to say that I will be joining the less than 1% of UK’s #black #Professors and the #first black, #youngest and first #computerscience/#computing Professor of University of Northampton. I really couldn’t have done it without all the wonderful people in my life

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