Dr. Consoler Teboh, is an adjunct Associate Professor of Social Work at Saint Mary’s University, Minnesota. Both his Master’s and Doctoral were earned from the University of Texas at Arlington in the field of Social Work. He also holds a B.Sc. in Political Science (1997) with a minor in Sociology from the Bayero University Kano, Nigeria.
His professional background includes immigrant resettlement, community outreach, and diversity issues. Prior to Saint Cloud State University, he was an Adjunct Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, while also working as a social work outreach practitioner with a long-term healthcare facility in Arlington Metroplex.
His research interests are women’s reproductive health, community development, immigration issues, and marginalized & disadvantaged persons. Dr. Teboh has published scholarly articles in peer-refereed Journals on women’s reproductive health issues, mental health crisis, amongst others. His latest work is titled “Inclusivity and Acceptance: An Islamic Artforms Perspective” (2020) published in the Journal of Mental Health and Social Behaviour. Dr. Teboh is a Diversity Consultant and has done diversity training on Islamophobia and other inclusion-related topics in several agencies in the state of MN.