Join us every November as we support the focus on men’s health by promoting “Movember”. The Movember movement has really taken flight with a broader focus on men’s health, beyond the “Grow your Mo” challenge. This campaign raises awareness globally around prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men’s mental health.
To learn more about Movember, go to https://ca.movember.com/.
If you are looking or someone to talk to, or for support, help is available.
Be sure to check out some of the great activities happening around campus in support of Movember!
Movember at Brandon University
Everyone Eats — Nov. 18, 19 and 20
Everyone Eats is a partnership with the John Howard Society, providing hot, chef-inspired meals at a pay-what-you-can price. Available three days a week, Everyone Eats supports food security and reduces stigma. For Movember, we are working with Everyone Eats to support men’s mental health awareness.
It’s always a good week to order from Everyone Eats, and participating on Nov. 18, 19 and 20 will also include valuable Movember and men’s mental health information.
Moustache cronuts — Nov. 18
Cronuts are a delicious combination of doughnut and croissant. The pastry chefs at BU’s Harvest Hall are creating special Movember cronuts adorned with a moustache, so you can savour the occasion. Stop by Harvest Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 18 for Moustache Cronut Day.
Learn about men’s mental health
Many studies have shown that men don’t want to talk about mental health. New research done at Brandon University, through the Centre for Critical Studies of Rural Mental Health, suggests that a growing number of me do want to talk about it. Learn more about men’s mental health and the resources available to you.
We are meeting online, and doing more through video conferencing. Why not change to a custom background to show your support?
Much research about men’s issues is being conducted at Brandon University. Through the Research Connection format, it’s never been easier to learn about this research and what we’re learning. These are brief and easy-to-understand summaries of the research, how it was conducted, what was discovered, and why it matters. All month, Research Connection is focusing on men’s issues.
Research Connection Podcast
Take your research learning on the go! Brandon University researchers are talking about their discoveries through our newest podcast, sharing the latest learning so you can be armed to make a difference in your own life. All month, this podcast is featuring research that explores men’s issues.
Faculty of Arts Speaker Series
Join Dr. Jonathan Allan as he shares his newest research, a fascinating look at how environmentalism and marketing come together to sell underwear. Dr. Allan is a BU professor and the Canada Research Chair in Men and Masculinities.
- Green Your Groin — Sustainability, Men’s Underwear, and Ecomasculinities
Friday, Nov. 20 from 3:40-4:40 p.m.
via Zoom (link to come)
Movember at Brandon University is supported by: