Josephine Mwongeli

Assistant Lecturer


I am an enthusiastic and curious architect and urban designer keen on the dialectical relations between Architecture and Society; Particularly passionate about quality of life in urban open space. I hold an advanced masters degree in Human settlements and in my final stage of doctoral studies. My topic of research is ‘bringing life into urban public space, lessons from the Rwandese akarubanda concept’ I am the founding dean, Faculty of Architecture and Environmental Design FAED (Now SABE) at the former KIST- Now College of Science and Technology, university of Rwanda. I am substantially involved in teaching, research and community outreach at the university of Rwanda for the last 9 years. I am Popular as a social worker and colleague with strong pedagogical, social and cooperative skills; with hands on skills and experienced in working with rural populations. I am challenged by new opportunities in urban and rural development and interested in think tanks for future human settlements.