Post-doc, University of South Africa (UNISA)
"Felix Kwabena Donkor is a research fellow at the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (UNISA), South Africa. He serves on the advisory board of the joint African Union and European Union HAQAA (Harmonisation of African Higher Education Quality Assurance and Accreditation) Initiative. He is the immediate past vice-chair for CQAB (Course Quality Advisory Board) of the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA) and a member of its PQAU (Policy and Assurance Unit). Felix completed his PhD in environmental sciences from the School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences (APES), of the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa). He is also an alumnus of the Joint European Masters in Environmental Sciences (JEMES) jointly run by Techniche Universitat Hamburg (Germany),University of Aalborg (Denmark), Aveiro University (Portugal) and Universite Autonomia Barcelona(Spain). He served as President of the Erasmus Mundus Students and alumni African Chapter and a core team member of the African Students and Alumni Forum (ASAF). His research interests include education for sustainable development, sustainable rural livelihoods, indigenous knowledge systems, and environmental governance. He has published widely on these areas as well as presented them. He served as deputy chair of the South African Adaptation Network. He is a business mentor for the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Program, and a founding member of the Inala Food Sovereignty and Climate Justice Forum which champions food security and climate education amongst students. His hobbies include cycling, swimming, jogging, writing and music."