Dr. Caesar Atuire joined the University of Ghana in January 2014 as Lecturer. He began his university education in Civil Engineering at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (London). He branched off to Philosophy where he obtained a BA (Summa cum laude). In 1994, he earned a Licentia Philosophiae from the Gregorian University (Rome). He obtained a PhD in Philosophy with an Enquiry into Suicide at the Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum (Rome) in 2005. Dr. Atuire also holds a Master’s degree in Theology and diplomas in Bioethics and Pedagogical Sciences.
He is a Member of the Scientific Committee of the MEMATIC programme of the University of Rome, Tor Vergata. He has lectured extensively in Europe, South America and East Africa on themes relating to anthropology, ethics and intercultural development.
Dr. Atuire’s areas of research are the sociological, anthropological and ethical implications of multiculturalism and technological innovation, particularly in Africa.