Men's Resiliency program

Ten students from WWU’s Black & Brown Male Success Collective (BBMSC) attended Clemson University’s Men of Color National Summit hosted April 21-22 in Greenville, South Carolina.

The theme of the conference was Building Bridges to Success for African-American and Hispanic Males.…

WWU's Men’s Resiliency Program launched a new Male Success Initiative (MSI) with a Sunday Cookout on Oct. 6 at Forest and Cedar Park.  The event hosted 30+ people from Western Washington University, Whatcom Community College, and Northwest Indian College for a barbecue style cookout and…

More and more male-identified college students are struggling to make intimate connections with their peers. Often times, men use substances such as drugs and alcohol to allow themselves to become more vulnerable with one another. With this in mind Ian Vincent and Colton Gully set out to create…

Casting for Care is a program created in collaboration with Men’s Resiliency, WWU Fly Fishing Club, and the Outdoor Center hosted on Saturday, May 12. Casting for Care combines reflection on male-identity in order to foster positive mentorship and healthier relationships. The purpose of…

This spring, Western Washington University will increase its offerings of suicide prevention trainings to the campus community.

Last fall, the Suicide Prevention program created a cohort of certified Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) trainers to increase the number of trainings…

Ian Vincent, Men’s Resiliency specialist with Western’s Counseling Center, by his own admission didn’t come to Western as a student in 2012 feeling super-focused or driven.

In fact, it was just the opposite.

After stints at two community colleges and the Art…

Casting for Care is a wilderness retreat created in collaboration with the WWU Men’s Resiliency Program and WWU Fly Fishing Club that creates a space in which young men have the ability to express their thoughts openly, in an endeavor to better understand what it means to be a better man…

The Disability Outreach Center and Men’s Resiliency program are happy to bring you SMILE, an autobiographical one-man show about major clinical depression, suicidal ideation, and the loss of first love. But, it's really funny. We promise. The…

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