Awom, I. Emeka is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources. He obtained his B.Sc. in 2011 from the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture, University of Calabar, and his MSc (Aquatic Pollution and Environmental Management) from the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management in the year 2014 in the College of Natural Resources and Environmental Management (MOUAU). He is currently a PhD student (Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management) in Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike. His areas of research interest include Genetics, Feed additives with forestry produce and Aquatic pollution and its mitigation measures.
Ø MOUAU (2018). Researchers Open Day/Agricultural Stakeholders Forum and Exhibition.
Ø Otunta, F. C., Alison, M and Jay, K. (2017). Ethics Workshop Organised by Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike and Sponsored by the CIRCLE Programme.
Ø Kayode, J. S. and Phillipa, C.O. (2016). The induction programme for MOUAU Staff under the climate impact Research Capacity and Leadership Enhancement (CIRCLE) Programme for sub- Saharan Africa (2014-2018).
Ø Polycarp, N.O and Patricia E.M. (2015). Academic Leadership Competence/Work Attitude for Effective and Efficient Lecture Delivery, MOUAU Workshop, pp 1-99.
Ø Awom, I. E. (2015). Workshop on Homestead Fish farming for Secondary School Teachers (WAAPP), West Africa Agricultural productivity programme MOUAU chapter, pp 67-6.
Awom, I. E. and Eyo, V. O. (2016). Comparative Study of growth performance, food utilization and survival of african catfish Clarias gariepinus fingerlings fed live Maggot (Musca domestica) and Coppens commercial feed. International Journal of Scientific Reasearch in Science, Engineering and Technology, 2:1990 – 2395.
Awom, I. E. (2015). Workshop on Homestead Fish farming for Secondary School Teachers (WAAPP), West Africa Agricultural productivity programme MOUAU chapter, pp 67- 6.
Eyo, V. O and Awom, I. E. (2016). Length- weight relationship, length frequency distribution and condition factor of the shiny Nose Polydactylus quadrafilis from the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 2:2394 – 4099.
Amadi, N. C., Umoh, I. A and Awom, I. E. (2015). Histological changes of Juvenile catfish exposed to refined petroleum product. Proceedings of the 30th Annual conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria, (FISON) Delta State pp 46-49.
Alum, O.U., Awom, I. E and Ofor, C.O (2016). Indications of EIA failures of major Development Projects near Lokoja, Nigeria and some of its Negative Impacts on the Lokoja Section of the River Niger.International J of Environmental Research, 2:542-2467.