Moses Kwame Tefe  is a Associate Professor ,Norwich University,USA

Moses Kwame Tefe

Associate Professor

Organizing Committee Member


Norwich University


  • Wang, S., Xinbao, Y., Tefe, M. (2018), Volume 1- New Solutions for Challenges in Applications of New Materials and Geotechnical Issues. Proceedings of the 5th GeoChina International Conference, on Civil Infrastructures Confronting Severe Weathers and Climate Changes: From Failure to Sustainability. July 23-25, 2018, Hangzhou, China
  • Jones, S., Tefe, M. Zephaniah,S., Tedla, E., Appiah-Opoku, S., Walsh, J. (2016), “Public Transport and Health Outcomes in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa - A Synthesis of Professional Opinion”, Journal of Transport & Health. Vol. 3 (2), 2016, pp. 211–219. Available online at < > Accessed February 15, 2017.
  • Jones, S., Tefe, M. and Appiah-Opoku, S. (2015), “Incorporating Stakeholder input into transport project selection- A step towards urban prosperity in developing countries”. Habitat International 45, 20-28.
  • Appiah-Opoku, S. Jones, S. Tefe, M. (2015), “Urban Transport Project Screening in Ghana: A Theoretical Approach to a More Inclusive Practice” Journal of Intelligent Transportation and Urban Planning (3) 2: 47-56.
  • Tefe, M., Jones, S., and Appiah-Opoku, S. (2014). “System User Involvement in Sustainable Urban Transport Decision-Making”. Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS) (5) 8:145-150.
  • Jones, S., Tefe, M., Appiah-Opoku, S. (2013), “Proposed Framework for Sustainability Screening of Urban Transport Projects in Developing Countries”, Journal of Transportation Research Part A, Policy and Practice (49), pp. 21-34.
  • Tefe, M.K., de Langen, M., 2008. Performance evaluation of the 1988 - 2000 World Bank financed bicycle track project in Accra, Ghana. World Transport Policy & Practice (13),4.  


University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, (Full Time)                                                                    2007-2012 Ph.D. in Civil/Transportation Engineering,  

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, (Full Time)                                                                    2007-2010 MS. in Civil/Transportation Engineering, 

UNESCO-IHE, Delft, the Netherlands, (Full Time)                                                                       2002-2004 MS. in Civil/Urban Infrastructure Engineering and Management 

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, (Full Time)           1988-1992 B.S. in Civil Engineering,  


Smart city mobility and equity, sustainable transportation systems, traffic operations and safety, nonmotorized transport, connected and autonomous vehicles. 


  • Charles A. Dana Category I Grant, Norwich University, ($6,000), May 2018
  • Charles A. Dana Research Fellowship, Norwich University, ($5000/award), May, 2014, May 2016, May 2018
  • Vermont Genetics Network Small award “Investigating the Safety Effects of Road Sign Retroreflectivity in Vermont” $8,675 towards undergraduate student wages and benefits (2017-2018).
  • National Science Foundation TUES-Type 2 Project “Collaborative Research: Training Next Generation Faculty and Students to Address the Infrastructure Crisis”, $29,994, (2013 -2017).  
  • University of Alabama Outstanding Dissertation award, 2013.
  • University of Alabama GSA Outstanding Graduate Student award, Apr 2012.
  • University Transportation Center for Alabama Student of the Year award, Jan 2012.
  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellowship award, May 2011. 


  • Member, Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).  
  • Member, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
  • Member, American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).