Nwachukwu, Onyinyechi Eze is a first class graduate from the department of Zoology and Environmental Biology. An exchange student of Hokkaido University, Japan class of 2017.
She is a fellow of One Health Development Initiative, (OHDI), an Ambassador of the world Literacy Foundation, Fellow Teenzglobal School of Exchange Program and a Member of the Nigeria Environmental Society.
Onyinyechi has an overwhelming passion and enthusiasm for research and innovations. Her research interest is in climate change adaptation, food security, waste management and quality health.
She was an undergraduate intern at Dexcom solution Limited, Port Harcourt Nigeria. And was a graduate extern at the office of the senior special assistant to the governor of Ebonyi state on climate change.
She was a volunteer at the 2017 Hokkaido Gakuen Sapporo High School Global Course program, Japan, and also a delegate at the United Nations Southeast Youth Climate change incubation Hub.
Onyinyechi has researched on the effect of the fertilizer component of biochar and on the heavy metal profile of farmed Clarias gariepinus in Nsukka metropolis. She is skilled in the use of SPSS software and Microsoft office packages.
As a young girl, she has a small farm where she is actively involved in organic farming.
Onyinyechi aspires to be a well researched lecturer and an environmental consultant.