College of Health and Human Services

SOCIAL WORK

Mamta Ojha Mamta Ojha, PhD
Assistant Professor
Social Work Program
School of Social Justice

Contact Information

Office: HH 2626
Mail Stop 119
Phone: 419.530.4185
Fax:     419.530.4141
mamta.ojha@utoledo.edu

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Bio
Mamta Ojha is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Justice, Social Work Program. She completed her MSW and Ph.D. from University of Kentucky. She is currently teaching social welfare policy, macro practice, micro research, and introduction to social work classes across the curriculum at BSW and MSW levels. Her other teaching interests are human behavior and the social environment, oppression and social justice, research methods, and international social work. She was nominated for Faculty Excellence in Service Learning and Civic Engagement award and her class projects received Excellence in Service Learning and Civic Engagement award twice at Bowling Green State University.

Her research and scholarship addresses work-family issues among low-wage and immigrant workers, social work education in macro practice, re-entry in suburban and rural context, intimate partner violence and work, and homelessness. Her work has been published in various journals and she has presented at numerous national and regional conferences. She has served as a reviewer for CSWE conference and Journal for International Students. She is also engaged in various community initiatives.   

Last Updated: 7/1/19