Professor Uwizeyimana holds the position of Professor in the School of Public Management, Governance and Public Policy (PMGPP) at the University of Johannesburg. Professor Uwizeyimana’s goal is to grow into a more seasoned and well-rounded public policy analyst based on international standards. His noteworthy contributions to the extension of knowledge in his field over the years can be grouped into four broad categories:
- Public policy analysis
- Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)
- Human Rights, leadership for social justice, democratic governance, and sustainable development
- Theories of Public Administration, Management and Governance
He has published a number of articles and supervised postgraduate students on a number of these issues, including Public Policy, Public Policy Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), Public Policy Indicator Development and Application, Public Administration Theories, Democratic Governance, Human Rights, E-Governance, Public Finance Management, Sustainable Development and Service Delivery, and 4IR in highly rated national and international peer-reviewed journals. Professor Uwizeyimana has published over 32 full-fledged articles in accredited national and international journals and 1 book chapter. At least nine (9) of his 28 research output in the past 8 years have been published in top peer-reviewed international journals which are SCOPUS indexed. His current Google Citation Index reflects 230 citations, H-index:9 and i10-Index:8 (04 June 2020). https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?user=VufavOcAAAAJ&hl=en Since 2012, Professor Uwizeyimana has successfully supervised over 120 honours research projects, nine Masters’ candidates and two doctorates and continues to be actively involved in the supervision of Honours, MA and Doctoral candidates. He is currently supervising 6 PhDs, 4 Masters, 4 Post-Doctoral Research Fellows and a dozen honours research projects. He is a member of a number of international associations such as South African Monitoring & Evaluation Association (SAMEA), South African Association for Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM); Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of Public Administration and Management (ASSADPAM) and African Association of Public Administration and Management (AAPAM). He serves as External Moderator/Examiner for MA dissertations and Doctorates theses for several local and international universities and as a Reviewer for local and international journals. Professor Uwizeyimana is a firm believer in Pan-Africanism and continues to play an active role in the internationalization of the University of Johannesburg. He is actively involved in building collaborative networks between UJ and other Universities on the African Continent. He has gained extensive experience in teaching and coordinating modules and academic programmes at under-graduate as well as post-graduate levels during his 4 years of employment at the University of Limpopo and 5 years at UJ. His current lecturing at undergraduate level at the University of Johannesburg includes teaching Public Policy Management, Public Administration Theories, Public Financial Management and Human Resources Management modules and Public Policy Monitoring and Evaluation, Public Policy Management modules to Honours students. His lecturing at the masters’ level include Technologically Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation and Public Policy Indicators Development and Application modules. His is also the coordinator of the blended learning modules in the Public Leadership and Governance (PLG) programmes at the Soweto Campus. See the below link for Prof Uwizeyimana’s list of publications and supervision.