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Social Wellness

Social wellness includes showing respect for others and yourself. This dimension often refers to our ability to interact successfully within our communities while still navigating the varied expectations and demands of our personal roles. Learning good communication skills, developing intimacy with others, and creating a support network of friends and family members, is a means to developing social wellness.

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Campus Activities

Cougs In The Community is a WSU Spokane community engagement program designed to connect students, staff, and faculty with community partners in the Greater Spokane area, including the neighborhoods where they live, work, play, & study.

Generational differences subject of lunchtime training

“Clash of the Generations” is an interactive event in which all the generations represented in the workplace will learn about each other. Sponsored by the campus Wellness Collaborative, the hour-long workshop will be presented by Luke Rice, M.Ed., assistant director of Experiential Services in the College of Pharmacy .Find the details here!
The event will be filmed and shown on WSU Health Sciences TV Channel 16 at a later date.