Dr. Roland S. Kabange

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Brief Bio: 

A down-to-earth individual with quality education in Engineering and Mathematics and a focus on environmental engineering (sanitation option) at the PhD level, Dr. Roland S. Kabange is a Senior Lecturer in the Civil Engineering Department of Kumasi Technical University (formerly Kumasi Polytechnic). 

He worked tirelessly and gained accreditation status in the 2000/2001 academic year for the department through the National Accreditation Board (NAB) under the panel chairmanship of the late Professor Kwesi Andam of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). 

Under Dr. Lord Asamoah’s administration as Rector, Roland successfully wrote a NUFFIC project proposal on capacity building in the 2003/2004 academic year for the department which attracted one million Euro (€1,000,000.00) grant to the department – the first of its kind in the history of the university at the time.  He was the Head of Civil Engineering Department from 1997 – 2004 and 2014 – 2015 academic year.  Currently, he doubles as an adjunct Senior Lecturer with Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), Kumasi campus. 

Education: 

PhD in Environmental Engineering (sanitation option): University of Leeds, U. K. (2014)

MSc (Irrigation/Hydraulic Engineering): Russian People’s Friendship University, Russia (1996)

BSc (Civil Engineering): Patrice Lumumba Peoples’ University, Russia (1994)

Publications: 
  1. Kabange, R. S. & Graham, J. (2016).  Community population density variation implications on sanitation system cost – the case of Kotoko community in Suame (Kumasi), Ghana.  Journal of Civil and Environmental Research (Accepted)
  2. Kabange, R. S., Graham, J. & Nkansah, A. (2016).  Sanitation system solution for Kotoko community in Suame (Kumasi), Ghana.  American Scientific Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS) 16 (1), 19 – 54
  3. Kabange, R. S. & Nkansah, A. (2015).  Shared sanitation facilities: a reality or mirage? American Scientific Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS), 14 (1), 172 – 177  
  4.  Kabange, R. S. & Nkansah, A. (2015).  Peri-urban community perceptions towards greywater use: a case study of the Kotoko community in Suame (Kumasi), Ghana.  Journal of Civil and Environmental Research 7 (9), 1 – 9
  5. Kabange, R. S. & Nkansah, A. (2015).  Peri-urban community socio-cultural preferences for, and experts’ vies on, sanitation options: a case study of the Kotoko community in Suame (Kumasi), Ghana.  Journal of Environment and Earth Science 5 (18), 28 – 35
  6. Kabange, R. S. (1998).  Over-Simplified and Comprehensive Core Mathematics for Senior Secondary School Students - 233 pages.  Amakom Publishers: Kumasi, Ghana.