Michael J. Broman is a doctoral candidate in the School of Social Work. His research is focused on substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery and systemic barriers and facilitators for treatment and recovery. Mr. Broman’s dissertation research is funded by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation and explores how undergraduate students in recovery overcome barriers to recovery and build a sense of community. He is a recipient of Wayne State University Dean’s Diversity Fellowship and has published his research in multiple journals, including the Journal of Community Health, Substance Use & Misuse, Addiction Research & Theory, and Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse. Mr. Broman’s post-MSW clinical experience is in substance use prevention and treatment.