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Maliha Mahbub

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          Maliha Mahbub is currently a M.S. student and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the department of Sociology, Oklahoma State University (OSU), Stillwater campus.  In 2021, she completed a bachelor’s degree in Disaster and Human Security Management (DHSM) from Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), Bangladesh.  Her research interests include Environmental Sociology, Climate Change, Disaster Management, Social Sustainability and Development, Environmental Justice, Public Health, Social Inequality, etc.   


          During her undergraduate program, she was involved with various research projects that addressed social and environmental issues.  She has participated in both national and international conferences, which enhanced her knowledge and piqued her aspiration to work more in research fields.  After her graduation in 2021, she did an internship in an environmental-based organization.  Maliha then joined an international student research organization as a Principal Investigator, where she was involved with two research projects.  Under her supervision, the team twice earned first prize awards in summer 2021 and spring 2022 respectively.  In 2022, she worked as a Research Associate (RA) in a non-profit organization.  Maliha has also worked as a Senior Executive in a renowned Ed-tech Company of Bangladesh.  Her main aim is to establish research opportunities for underprivileged students of South Asian countries, so that they can engage themselves in social science research to protect our mother earth.


  •          Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) in Disaster and Human Security Management (DHSM), Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS), Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), Bangladesh. 2021


Research Interests
  • Environmental Sociology
  • Climate Change
  • Disaster Management
  • Social Sustainability and Development
  • Environmental Justice
  • Public Health
  • Social Inequality
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