Azuka Vincent Chukwuebuka
University of Nigeria
Azuka, Chukwuebuka Vincent hails from Uruokwe-Egbema Ozubulu in Ekwusigo LGA of Anambra state. He has worked briefly (October, 2008- February, 2009) in secondary education settings in Anambra State, and University of Calabar, Cross River state (March, 2009 – February, 2010) as a Corps member before joining University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 2008 with First Class Honours Degree (B. Agric) in Soil Science where he emerged the best graduating student at both departmental and Faculty level. He obtained M.Sc Degree in Soil Physics and Conservation in 2013. He is currently enrolled in the Doctoral program of the West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) sponsored by German Ministry Science and Education (BMBS) Bonn. He is also a visiting researcher at the centre for development research (ZEF), university of Bonn, Germany. He teaches on the B. Agric Agricultural Physics, Introduction to Soil Science and Soil Physics practical programme. His research interests include soil physics and conservation, soil and water management, and hydrology, particularly in Nigeria and other West African regions. He has published a few papers in both local and international journals.