Dr Ifebi Oluchi Chinenye

Uli Campus

Dr Ifebi Oluchi Chinenye

Senior Lecturer

Teaching & Research Interest

Architectural science, architectural education and environmental psychology


Oluchi is a graduate of architecture from the Abia State University, Uturu where she obtained BSc, Architecture and MSc Architecture degrees and a Doctorate degree in architecture at the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University.

She is a proficient teacher with experience in private practice and is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department. Her research interests are in the areas of architectural science, architectural education and environmental psychology.

She has worked in committees and held leadership positions in institutional, religious and community organizations. She held the position of the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Environmental Sciences. Oluchi is married to Sir Ogonna Ifebi and they are blessed with children.


  • BSc (Arch). Abia State University, Uturu, Okigwe
  • MSc (Arch)Abia State University, Uturu, Okigwe
  • 2020 : PhD (Arch), Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Uli


  • Climate change and its effects on building design and construction in Nigeria. Journal of science and technology, 6 (3)
  • Dynamics of waste water treatment in buildings. Journal of science and technology, 6 (3), 74-80
  • Environmental education: a tool for enhancing sustainable development in Nigeria. Journal of banking and financial studies, 1(1), 62-67
  • An assessment of thermal comfort in naturally ventilated architectural studio in Abia state university, Uturu. International journal of advanced studies in engineering and scientific innovations, 3(1), 104-108.
  • Thermal comfort evaluation of two naturally ventilated architecture studios in AkanuIbiam federal polytechnic, Unwana Ebonyi state-hot-humid environment. International journal of strategic research in education, technology and humanities, 2(1), 205-212.
  • Inadequate Maintenance of Infrastructures and its effects on national development in Nigeria. GIRD international journal of science of technology, 3(1), 46-49.
  • Evolving trends in design of sustainable built environment. International journal of innovative research in technology, basic and applied sciences, 3(1), 81-90.
  • A study of thermal comfort and ventilation parameters in air-conditioned architectural studios in a hot-humid Abia state university, Uturu environment. International journal of research findings in engineering, science and technology, 2(1), 95-105.
  • Activity as a key factor in studio design in architecture. Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Architects Abia State Chapter (J.NIAABSC) 1 (2), 83-96.
  • Evaluation of physical environment in architecture design studios of universities in Anambra State, Nigeria. 1(3)
  • Thermal comfort in relation to building designs: A case study of naturally ventilated studio classrooms in warm humid Uli, Nigeria. Academic journal of science, 08(01), 121-132.
  • Effects of sewage disposal systems on the environment in public housing estates in Enugu metropolis. African journal of environmental research, 1(1), 120-131.
  • Wars over water: Causes, Conflicts and Responses.Contemporary issues in the Nigerian built environment. Owerri, Nigeria: Flylann Limited, 265-276.
  • The consequences of building collapse on the immediate environment. Contemporary issues in the Nigerian built environment. Owerri, Nigeria: Flylann Limited, 317-339.
  • Influence Of Indoor Air Temperature On Occupants’ Thermal Sensation In Architecture Design Studios Of Universities In Southeast Nigeria. Coou African Journal of Environmental Research, 2(1), 221-229.


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