Prof. Emmanuel Danquah


Dept: Wildlife and Range Management
Room 119,
Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources,

Send quick mail

Research Areas/Interests

Endangered Species Management, Collaborative Resources Management, Green Economies, Sustainable Livelihood Supports Systems, Poverty Reduction and Hum...~more

My full CV


Emmanuel Danquah is a Professor and Head of the Department of Wildlife and Range Management and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana. He has held visiting appointments and research affiliations with the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; University of California, Berkeley; University of Twente, Netherlands and National Museum of Natural History, Paris.

Prof. Danquah has received several grants, awards and recognition for his teaching and professional work. His scholarly interests span the fields of endangered species management and collaborative resources management. He is currently involved in a number of research projects, which include green economies, sustainable livelihood support systems for enhanced food security in rural areas, poverty reduction and human-wildlife coexistence systems in the sub-region.

Prof. Danquah is a Fellow of the University of Michigan African Presidential Scholars in Ann Arbor, Michigan and also a member of the IUCN SSC African Elephant Specialist Group, AfESG; IUCN Primate Specialist Group, SGA, Working Group for Chimpanzee Cultures, WGCC; IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, WCPA; IUCN Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management, BIOPAMA; IUCN WCPA Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group, CCSG; Society for Conservation Biology, SCB; American Society of Mammalogists, ASM; African Primatological Society, APS; Ghana Institute of Foresters, GIF; UNESCO MAB National Committee of Ghana and Kumasi Airport Wildlife Hazard Management Committee. He is also a Mentor to the African Women in Agricultural Research & Development in Kenya.

Print page




Your Email Address:
Note: this is to help the staff contact you back.