Emily Young Pasman

Emily Young Pasman

Evaluation Assistant, Center for Behavioral Health and Justice


Emily Young Pasman


Emily joined the Michigan Re-entry Project (MI-REP) evaluation team at Michigan State University in November 2017 before moving to the Center at Wayne State in October 2018. She received her bachelor’s degree in family community services from Michigan State University in 2013 and is currently a Master of Social Work candidate studying organization and community leadership. Prior to her work with MI-REP, Emily served as the founding Coordinator of Michigan State University’s Collegiate Recovery Community, a peer support program for students in or seeking recovery from addiction. In 2017 she was honored with the American College Health Association’s New Professional Award for her work with and on behalf of college students in recovery. Emily is interested in research that examines the value of peer delivered services and informal support networks for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders.


Emily serves as an evaluation assistant on the Michigan Re-entry Project. She is responsible for collection and management of quantitative and qualitative data from various sources. She creates progress summaries on a weekly basis for each provider team. She also assists with facilitating focus groups, conducting interviews, and creating reports and presentations.

Degrees and Certifications

  • MSW, Michigan State University (Expected May 2019)
  • BS, Michigan State University (Family Community Services)

Office Hours

 Office #323, Prentis - 5201 Cass Avenue