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1 Curriculum Vitae Michael Douglas Brubaker, Ph.D., NCC, LICDC-CS Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator University of Cincinnati School of Human Services College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services 6305A Campus Recreation Center Hall; PO Box University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH (513) (Office); (513) (Fax) webpage: EDUCATION Ph.D. Mental Health Counseling, 2009 University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida (CACREP Accredited Program) Dissertation: Barriers to Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service Utilization among Homeless Adults M.S. Professional Counseling, 2006 Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia (CACREP Accredited Program) M.Div. Emory University, Decatur, Georgia, 1998 B.S. Business Administration, 1989 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill RESEARCH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator (2014 present) Counseling Program (CACREP Accredited Program) School of Human Services, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator, ( ) Substance Abuse Counseling Program, School of Human Services, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services

2 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 2 University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida College Fellow ( ) Department of Counselor Education, College of Education Program Evaluation Assistant ( ) Seeking Treatment and Recovery (STAR) II (SAMHSA Funded Project) Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia Graduate Research Assistant ( ) Department of Counseling and Psychological Services Emory University, Decatur, Georgia Graduate Research Assistant ( ) CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Counseling Intern ( ) Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Homeless Outreach, Gainesville, Florida. Case Manager (2006) Adult Addiction Program, Ridgeview Institute, Smyrna, Georgia. Case Manager Intern ( ) Adult Inpatient and Adult Outpatient Psychiatric Programs, Ridgeview Institute, Smyrna, Georgia. Program Director ( ) Atlanta Union Mission, Atlanta, Georgia. TEACHING Teaching Philosophy: It is my belief that students and instructors share the responsibility of creating a reciprocal learning environment where all contribute resources including experiences, information, and motivation. As such, knowledge is realized both through the study of proven practices and published concepts and through critical dialogue with one another. It behooves us to understand those with extensive knowledge resulting from their research and practice, yet it is equally important to engage one another and those from various disciplines, reflecting on ideas and experiences that may support or contradict these findings. In such an environment, we may thoroughly engage knowledge sources, growing as professionals, and learning to live a fuller human experience, thereby offering the best of ourselves as counselors to our clients, schools, and communities.

3 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 3 Course Evaluations: University of Cincinnati (2010-present): Mean Semester Course Number Item Course Program School Group Work 2015 Enrolled=21, n=10 Overall Rating of Course Fall 2014 Summer Fall 2013 Summer Fall 2012 Summer Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Fall 2011 Summer Winter 2011 Autumn Winter 2010 Intro to SA Counseling Enrolled=54, n=28 Intro to SA Counseling Enrolled=25, n=13 Group Work Enrolled=26, n=13 Theoretical Foundations Enrolled=26, n=14 Intro to SA Counseling Enrolled=92, n=55 Intro to SA Counseling Enrolled=37, n=23 Group Work Enrolled=8, n=6 Theoretical Foundations Enrolled=13, n=6 Intro to SA Counseling Enrolled=104, n=82 Holistic Assessment Enrolled=19, n=1 Intro to Counseling Enrolled=86, n=21 Holistic Assessment Enrolled=56, n=20 Intro to Counseling Enrolled=82, n=27 Group Theory & Process Enrolled=19, n=13 Holistic Assessment Enrolled=25, n=10 Intro to Counseling Enrolled=77, n=27 Holistic Assessment Enrolled=50, n=18 Crisis Management Enrolled=51, n=12 Crisis Management Enrolled=42, n=12 Holistic Assessment Enrolled=31, n=14 *Course evaluations for School and/or Program unavailable *Program evaluations aligned with School evaluations in Autumn 2010 Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of the Courses Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course 5.0 NA* NA* Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course NA* Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course Overall Rating of Course NA Overall Rating of Course NA**

4 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 4 University of Florida ( ): Mean Semester Course Number Item Instructor Department College Alcohol and Drug Abuse Instructor Evaluation Summer SDS 3481 Instructor Overall Enrolled=27, N=15 College Instructor Questions Fall 2007 Alcohol and Drug Abuse SDS 3481 Enrolled=54, N=41 Alcohol and Drug Abuse SDS 3481 Enrolled=76, N=56 Guest Lectures/Panel Discussions: Instructor Evaluation Instructor Overall College Instructor Questions Instructor Evaluation Instructor Overall College Instructor Questions Professional Issues and Ethical Responsibilities. Substance Abuse (SW 6058), 2015, University of Cincinnati. Theories Panel Discussion. Counseling Theories (CNSL 7023), Fall 2014, University of Cincinnati. Professional Issues and Ethical Responsibilities. Substance Abuse (SW 6058), 2014, University of Cincinnati. Substance Abuse and Health. Emerging Health Issues (HPE 2006), Fall 2013, University of Cincinnati. Substance Abuse and Health. Emerging Health Issues (HPE 2006), Fall 2012, University of Cincinnati. Professional leadership. Counseling ProSeminar I: Individuals and Families (CNSL 986), Fall 2011, University of Cincinnati. Non-verbal communication skills. Interpersonal Communication (SDS 4410), Fall 2008, University of Florida. Homelessness and social justice. Multiculturalism and Social Justice (PCO 4930), Summer 2008, University of Florida. Counseling homeless persons: Experiences in outreach and advocacy. Counseling in Community Settings (MHS 6020), 2008, University of Florida. Teaching Assistantships: Group Supervision in Agency Counseling MHS 7804, Summer Under supervision of Michael T. Garrett, Ph.D. Counseling Theories MHS 6401, Fall Under supervision of Ana Puig, Ph.D.

5 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 5 Group Counseling: Theories and Procedures MHS 6500, Under supervision of Edil Torre-Rivera, Ph.D. Developmental Counseling Over the Life Span MHS 6480, Fall Under supervision of Michael T. Garrett, Ph.D. RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS Research Interests: Building on clinical and personal experiences, my research focus is twofold: 1) understanding the personal and contextual factors that contribute to substance abuse and those which may impede treatment, especially among socially marginalized populations; and 2) promoting quality counselor education, with a specific emphasis on online and doctoral studies. Theoretically, I have adopted an Emancipatory Communitarianism approach (Prilleltensky, 1997) which supports greater critical consciousness, mutual responsibility, and a strengthsbased orientation while serving individuals and whole communities. With this perspective, my research agenda has been to help communities realize their full potential as they address the social injustices that are perpetuated within. Peer Reviewed Publications Brubaker, M. D., Garrett, M. T., Amatea, E. A., Torres Rivera, E., Miller, D. M., & Nabors, L. A. (2013). Barriers and supports to substance abuse service utilization among homeless adults. Journal of Addiction and Offender Counseling, 34, Vidourek, R.A., King, K.A., & Brubaker, M. (2013). Social determinants to nonmedical prescription drug use among multiracial youth. Journal of Behavioral Health, 2, Brubaker, M. D., Nabors, L. A., Pangallo, J., & Shipley, H. (2012). Stigmatization of adolescents who use alcohol and marijuana: A counseling concern. Ideas and Research You Can Use: VISTAS, 1, Nabors, L. A., Brubaker, M. D., Hoffman, S., Shipley, H., Pangallo, J., & Strong, A. (2012). Young adults perceptions of an adolescent s use of marijuana and alcohol. Journal of Drug Education, 42, Brubaker, M. D., Harper, A., & Singh, A. A. (2011). Implementing multicultural-social justice leadership strategies when advocating for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning persons. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 3(1), Garrett, M.T., Torres-Rivera, E., Portman, T.A.A., Brotherton, D., Brubaker, M.D., West- Olatunji, C., Conwill, W., McCloskey, C., & Grayshield, L. (2011). Crying for a vision: The Native American sweat lodge ceremony as therapeutic technique. Journal of Counseling and Development, 89,

6 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 6 Brubaker, M. D., Puig, A., Reese, R. F., Young, J. (2010). Integrating social justice into counseling theories pedagogy: A case example. Counselor Education and Supervision, 50, Brubaker, M. D., Garrett, M.T., Torres Rivera, E., Tate, K., (2010). Justice making in groups for homeless adults: The emancipatory communitarian way. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 35, Brubaker, M.D., Garrett, M.T., & Dew, B.J. (2009). Examining the relationship between internalized heterosexism and substance abuse among lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals: A critical review. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 3, Garrett, M.T., Brubaker, M., Torres-Rivera, E., West-Olatunji, C., & Conwil, W.L. (2008). The medicine of coming to center: Use of the Native American centering technique Ayeli to promote wellness and healing in group work. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 33, Dew, B.J., & Brubaker, M.D., and Hays, D. (2006). From the altar to the internet: A study of the sexual behavior of married men who use the internet. Sexual addiction and compulsivity, 13, Invited Publication Chaney, M. & Brubaker, M. (2012). Introduction to the special issue: Addiction in LGBTQ communities: Influences, treatment, and prevention. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 6, Book Brubaker, M. D. & Brubaker, D. L. (2011). Advancing your career: Getting and making the most of your doctorate. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Book Chapters Wilson, F. R. & Brubaker, M. D. (in press). Planning for group work in the schools. In B.T. Erford (Ed.) Group work in the schools (2 nd ed.). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis/Routledge. Chaney, M. P. & Brubaker, M. (2014). The impact of substance abuse and addiction in the lives of gay men, adolescents, and boys. In. M. M. Kocet (Ed.) Counseling gay men, adolescents, and boys (pp ). New York, NY: Routledge. Hoffman, S., Brubaker, M., Pangallo, J., Halley, S., Scherzinger, S., O Bryan, E., & Nabors, L. (2012). Stigma and overcoming barriers to treatment for youth with substance abuse problems. In C. D. Logan & M. I. Hodges (Eds.) Psychology of attitudes (pp ). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

7 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 7 Watson, A., Gomez, J., Dalila, N., Patrick, S., Hochstetler, G., & Brubaker, M.D. (2012). Chemical dependency and substance abuse programs. In E. P. Cook (Ed.) Understanding people in context: The ecological perspective (pp ). Washington, D.C.: American Counseling Association. Brubaker, M. D. & Goodman, R. D. (2011). Client advocacy: In action. In C. Y. Chang, A. L. Dixon, C. B. Minton, J.E. Myers, & T. J. Sweeney s (Eds.) Professional counseling excellence through leadership and advocacy (pp ). New York: Routledge. Brubaker, M. D., Garrett, M.T., Torres Rivera, E., Tate, K., (2011). Justice making in groups for homeless adults: The emancipatory communitarian way. In C. Salazar & A. Singh (Eds.) Social justice in group work: Practical interventions for change (pp ). New York: Routledge. (Reprinted from Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 35, ) Garrett, M. T., Brubaker, M. D., Torres Rivera, E., Gregory, D. E., & Williams, C. R. (2011). Ayeli: A Native American-based group centering technique for college students. In T. Fitch, & J. Marshall (Eds.), Group and outreach activity guide for college counselors: Group plans and resources (pp ). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. Non-Peer Reviewed Publications Chaney, M. & Brubaker, M. D. (in press). Substance abuse and LGBTQ people. The SAGE encyclopedia of LGBTQ studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Brubaker, M. & Kress, V. (2013). CSI is going green! Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 28(1), 5. Brubaker, M., Myers, J., Shannonhouse, L., & Zavadil, A. (2012). Counselor community engagement in disaster & crisis: What CSI chapters can do. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 27(3), 1, 13. Zavadil, A., Shannonhouse, L., Flynn, S., Brubaker, M., Mehta, S. (2012). Counselor community engagement: A year in review. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 27(1), 10. Zavadil, A., Emeilanchik, K., & Brubaker, M. (2010). Community engagement and servant leadership in action. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 25(3), 4, 8. Myers, J., Barrio, C., Brubaker, M., Chang, C., Connolly, K., Herr, E., Henderson, D., Lee, C., & Sweeney, T. (2009). Membership survey, Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 24(2), 4, 12. Vasilas, C. & Brubaker, M. (2009). We all have a voice: Contributing to the strategic planning process of Chi Sigma Iota. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 24(1), 9. Brubaker, M. (2008). Bringing out the best through fellow and intern training. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 23(2), 4.

8 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 8 Brubaker, M.D. & Bass, J. (2007). The pursuit of recovery: A pathway of addiction treatment services for the homeless. Addiction Professional, 5, Brubaker, M.D. (2006). Wrestling with angels. Addiction Professional, 4, Dew, B.J., Sterk, C., Elifson, K., & Brubaker, M. (2006). Drug trends in metropolitan Atlanta. In National Institute of Drug Abuse Epidemiologic trends in drug abuse, Vol. 2, Proceedings of the Community Epidemiology Working Group. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: National Institutes of Health, Manuscript Under Review Willis, J. L., Brubaker, M. D., Richardson, G. B., and Nabors, L. (under review). Does grit mitigate risk for heightened substance use? An exploratory study of college students. Journal of Positive Psychology. Manuscripts in Progress Brubaker, M. D., Richardson, G., Pangallo, J., Jones, D., Shelton, P., Langenbaun, C., Nepper, Y., & Battie, J. (in progress). Addressing the community response to opioid overdoses in an urban Appalachian community through a brief educational intervention. Brubaker, M. D., Jones, D., Richardson, G., Pangallo, J., Shelton, P., Jones. D., & Emir Oksuz, E. (in progress). Using CBPR methods to identifying the risk and protective factors for opioid abuse in an urban Appalachian community. Montgomery, L., Richardson, G., Brubaker, M., & Nabors, L. (in progress). Can contact theory explain stigmatization of and willingness to help adolescent substance abusers? A multigroups structural equations model. Submitted to Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Brubaker, M. D. (2015, April). Rethinking poverty and substance use. Invited presentation at California State University, Fresno. Fresno, CA. Brubaker, M.D. & Yager, G. (2014, October). Chi Sigma Iota Co-Curricular Activities Addressing the CACREP Standards on Leadership & Advocacy. North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision 2014 Conference. St. Louis, MO. Brubaker, M. D. (2014, May). Rethinking poverty and substance use. Invited presentation at the 2014 McLeod Institute on Substance Abuse. Charlotte, NC. Richardson, G. B., Hardesty, P. H., Nedelec, J. L., Kruger, D. J., & Brubaker, M. D. (2014, May). From childhood environment to dimensions of middle adult life history strategy to substance use/abuse. Research poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA.

9 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 9 Richardson, G. B., Hardesty, P. H., Nedelec, J. L., Kruger, D. J., & Brubaker, M. D. (2014, April). From childhood environment to dimensions of middle adult life history strategy to substance use/abuse. Research paper presented at the Conference of the Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Society. New Paltz, NY. Brubaker, M. D. (2014, February). Counselor community engagement: A way to maximize our community impact by integrating research, clinical training, and leadership development. University of North Texas. Denton, Texas. Brubaker, M. D., Richardson, G. B., & Pangallo, J. (2013, October). Using CBPR methods to address prescription drug abuse in an urban Appalachian community. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Denver, Colorado. Chen, C. C., Dai, C. L., Richardson, G. B., & Brubaker, M. (2013, August). Immediate survival focus: Dichotomous thinking as a life history mechanism and risk factor for substance use. Poster presentation at the 2013 Convention of the American Psychological Association (Division 28). Honolulu, Hawaii. Brubaker, M. (2013, March). Barriers and facilitators to mental health counseling services among homeless adults. Poster presentation at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio. Willis, J., Yager, G., & Brubaker, M. (2013, March). Counselor community engagement through the contextual learning classroom. Poster presentation at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio. Brubaker, M., Richardson, G., Peterson, D., King, K. & Vidourek, R. (2012, October). Old dogs learn new tricks: How teaching online transforms face-to-face course development and instruction. 18th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL. Richardson, G., Brubaker, M., Nabors, L., Hawkins, R. (2012, October). Graduate teaching assistant facilitation of online courses as a pathway to future online instruction. 18 th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL. Barrio Minton, C. A. & Brubaker, M. D. (2012, August). Counselor leadership and advocacy series: Tips for leadership training & culture development within counselor education. Chi Sigma Iota Webinar Series Brubaker, M. D. & Watson, A. (2012, April). Applying the ecological perspective in addiction treatment settings. The 5 th Annual Ecological Counseling Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio. Brubaker, M. D. & Nabors, L. (2012, March). Stigmatization of adolescents who use alcohol and marijuana: A counseling concern. American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, San Francisco, California.

10 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 10 Zavadil, A., Shannonhouse, L., & Brubaker, M. (2012, March). Raising the bar: Implementing effective counselor community engagement on the local, national, & international levels. American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, San Francisco, California. Poth, R. L., Brubaker, M. D., Peterson, D. K. (2011, November). Sustaining and expanding the transformation zone: A model for online program conversion. 17 th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL. Davis, E. S., Brubaker, M. D., Cholewa, B., Goodman, R., Shure, L., & Williams, C. (2011, October). Becoming a counselor educator in the new decade: Excelling in the student-toscholar transition. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Nashville, TN. Brubaker, M. D. & (2011, October). Co-curricular activities of CSI chapters addressing CACREP Standards. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Nashville, TN. Brubaker, M. D. & Chang, C. (2011, October). Counselors: Making a difference wherever you are through counselor community engagement. Chi Sigma Iota Webinar Series Brubaker, M. D. & Gomez, J. (2011, June). Reducing barriers to substance abuse counseling for those experiencing homelessness. Addiction Studies Institute, Columbus, OH. Chang, C. & Brubaker, M. D. (2011, March). Counselors: Making a difference wherever you are through community engagement. American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, Louisiana. Haney, S. E., Trauth, J., Patrick, S., & Brubaker, M. D. (2010, October). Lessons learned from online facilitation. North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Itasca, IL. Patrick, S., Trauth, J., Brubaker, M. D., & Coaston, S. (2010, October). An ecological exploration of dual relationships in addictions instruction and supervision: Considerations for counselor educators. North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Itasca, IL. Trauth, J., Anno, A., & Brubaker, M. D. (2010, October). Resettling refugee immigrants with horticulture therapy. Poster presentation at the North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Itasca, IL.

11 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 11 Brubaker, M. D., Harper, A., & Singh, A. (2010, March). Implementing multicultural-social justice leadership strategies when advocating for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons. Multicultural Social Justice Leadership Development Academy, American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Brubaker, M. D., Puig, A., Young, J., & Reese, R. (2009, October). Actively engaging hearts and minds: how teaching emancipator communitarianism can impact students in a counseling theories course. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, San Diego, California. Brubaker, M. D. & Miller, M. D. (2009, April). Treatment barriers for the chronically homeless. Chi Sigma Iota Beta Chapter Professional Development and Leadership Conference, Gainesville, Florida. Brubaker, M. D., Miller, M. D., Hodgkins, C., & Estlund, K. (2009, March). Scaling the walls of recovery: Understanding the barriers to treatment for homeless clients with cooccurring disorders. American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Charlotte, North Carolina. Miller, M. D., Brubaker, M. D., Hodgkins, C., & Estlund, K. (2009, March). Best practices: Improving the quality of care for underserved populations through program evaluation. American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Charlotte, North Carolina. Lee, J. & Brubaker, M. D. (2008, October). Effectiveness and impact of contextual training for counseling homeless persons: A mixed method study. Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Houston, Texas. Miller, M. D., Hodgkins, C., Estlund, K. L., & Brubaker, M. D. (2008, June). Perceived barriers to treatment for the chronically homeless. Poster presentation at the Treatment for Homeless Program, Technical Assistance Workshop, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), Arlington, Virginia. Brubaker, M. D. & Lee, J. (2008, April). The world is our classroom: Homeless contextual education. Chi Sigma Iota Beta Chapter Professional Development and Leadership Conference, Gainesville, Florida. Tate, K., Brubaker, M. D., & Torres-Rivera, E. (2008, February). Group therapy for homeless clients: A humanistic, resource-focused approach. Association for Specialists in Group Work National Conference, St. Pete Beach, Florida. Brubaker, M. D., Lee, J., & Garrett, M. T. (2007, October). Are we serious about social justice? It s time for counselors to talk about the homeless. National Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

12 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 12 Brubaker, M. D. (2007, March). Current trends: Chemical dependency among GLBT persons. American Counseling Association Conference, Detroit, Michigan. Brubaker, M. D. (2007, April). The evolving focus on the causes of substance abuse in the LGBT community. Chi Sigma Iota Beta Chapter Professional Event, Gainesville, Florida. Newton, K. & Brubaker, M. D (2006, October). Missing voices: Considering the needs of lowincome clients in counselor supervision. Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Orlando, Florida. Dew, B. J., Band, S., Brubaker, M. D., Jones, K., Mahan, W., Paul, D. H., & Raybon, B. (2006, March). Behind the eyes of methamphetamine dependents: Critical perspectives on achieving and maintaining abstinence. American Counseling Association Conference, Montreal, Canada. GRANTS 2015 An ecological approach to creating culturally sensitive learning environments. Funded Diversity Grant funded through the Diversity Council of the College of Criminal Justice, Education, & Human Services, University of Cincinnati Amount: $2,100 Role: Co-Investigator 2014 Building Foundations: An Immersive Prevention Training Experience in LPH Funded Funded through the Coalition for a Drug Free Greater Cincinnati and the Hamilton County Family Services and Treatment Prevention Program Amount: $4,000 Role: Principal Investigator 2013 Lifelines: Addressing Opioid Abuse in Lower Price Hill Funded Funded through the Cincinnati Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training Amount: $19,956 Role: Principal Investigator 2013 Step Forward Funded Funded through the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati Amount: $35,000 Role: Co-Investigator and Project Collaborator 2012 Perceptions of consent forms and online counseling treatment for substance use Unfunded Applied through the National Institutes of Health Amount: $157,000 Role: Co-Investigator 2012 Faculty transformation following online course development and instruction Funded Instructional Research and Development Technology Grant funded through the College of Criminal Justice, Education, & Human Services, University of Cincinnati Amount: $2,000 Role: Principal Investigator

13 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D Perception Study Funded Undergraduate Student and Faculty Research Mentoring Grant funded through the School of Human Services Amount: $2,000 Role: Principal Investigator, Mentor UNIVERSITY SERVICE University of Cincinnati Co-Chair, College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services 2013-present Academic Technology and Instructional Design Board Member, School of Human Services Undergraduate Research Committee 2013-present Member, School of Human Services Best Practice in Teaching and 2014-present Learning Workgroup Chair, Counseling Program Diversity Work Group 2014-present Chair, Graduate School, Grievance Review Committee 2014 Member, Counseling Faculty Search Committee 2014 Member, Instructional Designer Search Committee 2014 Member, School of Human Services Strategic Planning Committee 2014 Member, College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services Technology Board Member, University Academic Master Plan Faculty Advisory Work Group Co-Chair, Counseling Faculty Search Committee 2011 Member, School of Human Services Workload Policy Committee 2011 Poster Forum Judge, Undergraduate Research Poster Session 2011 Co-Chair, Substance Abuse Counseling Faculty Search Committee 2010 Chair, School of Human Services Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure 2010 Revision Committee Planning Committee Member, UC Health Addiction Update, Center for 2011 Treatment, Research, and Education in Addictive Disorders JOURNAL/CONFERENCE SERVICE Reviewer, Journal of Mental Health Counseling 2012-Present Reviewer, Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy 2013-Present Reviewer, Journal of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling 2013-Present Co-Guest Editor, Journal of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling 2012 Conference Reviewer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference Associate Editor, Special Edition of the CSI Exemplar 2010 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Specialists in Group Work 2013 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Mental Health Counseling 2012 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development 2010

14 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 14 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society President-Elect (internationally elected office) 2015-present Secretary (internationally elected office) Chair, Publications Committee Chair, Community Engagement Committee Strategic Planning Committee Awards Committee Intern and Fellow Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board Member, Education Committee 2014-present Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling Trustee (nationally elected office) Chair, Journal Negotiation Task Force American Counseling Association Awards Committee Atlanta Meth Task Force, Atlanta, Georgia Secretary AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services Cincy Magazine Outstanding Educator 2014 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services Dr. Daya and Mrs. Usha K. Sandhu Multicultural Counseling and Diversity Student 2008 Research Award, Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development Outstanding Doctoral Level Student, Beta Chapter, Chi Sigma Iota 2008 Fellow, College of Education, University of Florida Candler Grant Recipient, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Decatur, Georgia Dixon Scholarship Recipient, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Decatur, Georgia

15 Michael D. Brubaker, Ph.D. 15 LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor Clinical Supervisor (Ohio) Certificate Number National Certified Counselor Certificate Number PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP American Counseling Association Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling Association for Specialists in Group Work International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors American Mental Health Counselors Association Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society

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