undergraduate project coordination
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  • Coordinate the allocation of supervisors to undergraduate and diploma students



Email: dchao@uonbi.ac.ke

Apart from passion fruit research, I teach agriculture entomology and Crop pest management to the undergraduate and post graduate students. In addition I mentor my students to work diligently and obtain quality outputs that would make them stand out of the crowd and be recognized and as an AWARD alumnus (2008), I am working at influencing (mentoring) as many women students as possible to build and anchor their careers in agriculture so that together we can fight food insecurity not only in Kenya but in Africa. Hopefully this will help reduce the leakage in the pipe between enrolling and the numbers we have on the ground attending to agriculture research and dissemination of the information.Read more

Dr. Richard Nyankanga 

Dr Richard Ombui Nyankanga is a senior lecturer in the department of plant science and crop. He is a horticulturalist by training with Bsc in Horticulture from Egerton University Msc and
PhD in horticulture from Cornell University U.S.A .He is currently serving as a manager field station.
He teaches course in general agriculture, horticulture, physiology, for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. He is also actively involved in the supervision of Msc. and PhD student. His research interests are in Horticultural production and protection, farmer’s knowledge and horticultural technology.