Minister in the Office of the President in Charge of Science, Technology, and Scientific Research Romain Murenzi of Rwanda

Murenzi has taught at universities in Europe and the United States.
Romain Murenzi is the Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Scientific Research for the Republic of Rwanda.
Professor Romain Murenzi is currently the Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Scientific Research in the Government of the Republic of Rwanda.
Over a period of five years, Professor Murenzi was awarded a dozen major research grants and has published over seventy articles and conference papers.
In his current position as Minister of Education, Professor Murenzi is committed to the expansion and modernisation of the Rwanda education system.
and the Kigali Institute of Health.
Romain Murenzi is the Minister in Charge of Science and Technology in the Office of the President of Rwanda having served previously as RwandaÂ’s Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Scientific Research.
Mr Murenzi is committed to the expansion and modernisation of the Rwanda education system and the aspiration for a knowledge-based, technology-led economy by 2020.
Murenzi says that as a result of a clear policy on the direction of education in the country, enrollment at all education levels has increased significantly, reflecting how well education has picked up after genocide.
Murenzi says that rebuilding the stock of human capital is an important part of the rehabilitation process and that the government has made efforts to broaden access to education, and to enhance the quality of services.
Speaking to Sunday Times yesterday, Murenzi said that "it is a great honour for Rwanda" adding that "it is also an achievement of the agencies that work under the ministry like RURA, RITA, KIST, the National University of Rwanda and the Ministry of Education because of the one laptop per child policy.
Romain Murenzi is currently Minister of Education, Science, Technology, and Scientific Research of the Republic of Rwanda, on leave of absence from the Department of Physics, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia.
Minister Murenzi says he, too, will be paying close attention to each company's technological capacity.
Murenzi says several other companies have reportedly expressed interest, and may buy into the bid before the Sept.
The visit of Professor Baltimore was very welcome and timely in our country's development," Murenzi said after the AAAS delegation had departed.
move along with their respective lectures.
model, yet the Management faculty had overwhelmed it.
non-science and non-IT academic undertakings.
Murenzi said Rwanda has doubled its elementary school enrollment, and high school enrollment is five times what it was in 1994.
While in the United States, Murenzi is visiting universities and research centers that can help train Rwandans in science and technology.
Education minister Romain Murenzi said the initiative aimed to develop new ways of raising HIV/AIDS awareness among the estimated 60,000 students and teachers at higher education institutions throughout the country.
Murenzi said that the move will ensure a smooth run towards Vision 2020.