- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone (205) 348-2731
- office location Farrah Hall 230
- PhD, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
- MSc, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
- BSc (Honors), University of Science and Technology, Ghana
- BA, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Environmental assessment
- Transportation Planning
- Urban and regional planning
- Biodiversity conservation and ecotourism
- Environmental risk assessment
- Natural resource conservation
- Indigenous ecological knowledge
- International development
2022 Schnarre, E., Appiah-Opoku, S., Weber, J., and Steven, J. Improving Mobility and Infrastructural Connectivity on College Campus for Commuting Students: A Case Study from the US. Journal of Urban, Planning and Transport Research, Vol. 10, 2022, Issue 1
2020 Appiah-Opoku, S., Glass, C., Weber, J., Jones, S.L., and Chan, A. The Role of Bike Share programs in Transit-Oriented Development: The Case of Birmingham, Alabama. Journal of Urban Planning and Development.
2019 Asare-Akuffo, F., Boakye, R.T., Appiah-Opoku,S., and J.O. Sobanjo. (2019). Spatial Accessibility to Hospital Facilities: The Case of Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of African Geographical Review.
2017 Appiah-Opoku, S., and S. Adu-Prah. Spatiotemporal evidence of climate change across diverse agro-ecological zones in Ghana, Journal of African Geographical Review.
2016 Jones, S.L, Walsh, J., and S. Appiah-Opoku. Rural Transport health and Safety in Sub-Saharan Africa: Online Survey Snapshot of Expert Opinion. Journal of Development Southern Africa, Vol.33, pp. 677-702.
2016 Jones, S., Moses, T., Zephaniah, S., Tedla, E., Appiah-Opoku, S., and J. Walsh. Public
Transport and Health Outcomes in Rural Sub-saharan Africa – A Synthesis of
Professional Opinion. Journal of Transport & Health, Vol.3, pp. 211-219.
2015 Appiah-Opoku, S., Jones, S., and T. Moses. Urban Transport Projects
Screening in Ghana: A Theoretical Approach to a More Inclusive Practice.
International Journal of Intelligent Transportation and Urban Planning, Vol. 3 (2):
2015 Jones, S., Moses, T. and S. Appiah-Opoku. Incorporating Stakeholder Input
In Transport Project Selection – A Step Towards Urban prosperity in developing
Countries? Habitat International, 1-9 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0197397514000939
2014 Moses, T., Jones, S., and S. Appiah-Opoku. System User Involvement in
Sustainable Urban Transport Decision-Making, Journal of Emerging Trends in
Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS) 5(8): 145-150.
2013 Appiah-Opoku. S. and B. Hobson. Environmental Assessment Follow-up in Ghana:
Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment Review.
Vol. 41, pp. 38-44.
2013 Jones, S., Tefe, M., and S. Appiah-Opoku. Proposed Framework for Sustainability
Screening of Urban Transport Projects in Developing Countries: A Case Study of
Accra, Ghana. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice (49), pp. 21-34.
2012 Appiah-Opoku, S. “Rethinking Ecotourism: The Case of Kakum National Park in
Ghana”, African Geographical Review, Vol. 23, pp. 49-63.
2011 Appiah-Opoku, S. Using Protected Areas as a Tool for Biodiversity Conservation and
Ecotourism: A Case Study of Kakum National Park in Ghana, Journal of Society and
Natural Resources, Vol. 24:500-510.
2007 Appiah-Opoku, S. “Indigenous Beliefs and Environmental Stewardship: A Rural
Ghana Experience”, Journal of Cultural Geography, Vol. 24(2): 79-98.