GATE's Digital Storyteller examines the uses and abuses of storytelling and explains how we can be more responsible storytellers in the world of education and activism, particularly in regards to gender and diversity.
Victoria Heath (GATE), Irene Poetranto (Citizen Lab), and Petra Molnar (Faculty of Law, U of T) write about the importance of civil society in the deployment and regulation of AI for the Toronto Star.
The thought leaders featured in the latest edition of the Rotman Management Magazine, "Art of Change" joined us to discuss their work and share important insights. | May 29, 2019
In this study, evidence suggests that engineering education socializes women engineers into reproducing its norms and values, which upholds gender inequality in the profession.
GATE-funded research by András Tilcsik and Lauren A. River examines the impact of rating systems on gender bias.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan busts five myths regarding women in the workplace and outlines actions organizations and governments can take to achieve progress towards gender equality during the Women in the Workplace Symposium.
Emily Oster, award-winning economist and author, discussed her latest book that tackles decision making in the early years of parenting. | May 17, 2019
MBA Student Fellow Adil Sethi and The Letters President Arundhati Sriraman are included in the Poets and Quants "Top 100 MBAs to Watch" list for 2019.
Companies, organizations, and academic programs can help close the gender gap in STEM. Here's how.
Because technology is so ubiquitous, and thanks to the borderless nature of the Internet, abusers are using digital tools and platforms to harass, intimidate, and surveil. Here are a few ways to protect yourself, and others.