Victor Kwesi Quagraine is a Catholic priest who also acquired experts’ knowledge in Architecture, Construction Management and Environmental Design and Planning. Currently, he is employed full time as a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Design and Planning from Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksbury, USA, a Master of Architecture degree and a Master of Construction Management degree from Washington University in St. Louis, USA and B.A. Hons. (in Sociology and Religion) from University of Ghana, Legon.
Victor K. Quagraine has twelve (12) years’ experience in teaching, research and practice. He is interested in interactive way of teaching to bring out the best in students and make them aware they are co-creators of knowledge with teachers and facilitators. He has passion to help in poverty alleviation projects through the implementation of cutting-edge planning, design and management practices. Most of his research concentrates on environmental enhancement to ensure quality human life. He has assisted in the design and supervision of the construction of church, school and hospital buildings all over the southern Ghana on gratis to satisfy his passion of helping ensure the development of humanity, especially the less privileged. He is involved in the delivery of sustainable projects such as the provision of clean energy (solar energy), quality education in the rural areas through distance learning (e.g. the Cardinal Foundation for Distance Learning, CAFDIL, projects) and quality health delivery system.
Victor K. Quagraine has very good interpersonal skills, and together with his sociology and religious background, he is able to relate very well with colleagues and students. He believes in high performance team work and has the ability to encourage team members to acquire their best.