Heather Sarson's work is featured in a piece by The Economist on sexism and harassment in economics.
Research indicates that parental leave policies have differential effects depending on family income, with low-income families less likely to take full advantage of parental leave benefits.
GATE-funded researcher, Hadiya Roderique writes for The Globe and Mail about how screening biases may be costing companies top talent.
The Rotman team, which comprised of three of GATE's MBA Student Fellows, won the $10,000 US first prize.
This unique discussion about access and gender equity in cities featured esteemed local urbanists, activists, and writers; co-hosted by the School of Cities. | March 27, 2019
Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the 2019 federal budget.
In our third Industry Partner Workshop on March 21, 2019 our researchers and partners engaged with topics such as gender bias in evaluations, covering in job applications and reporting sexual harassment.
Research by GATE-funded researcher, Yosh Halberstam is featured in U of T's Arts & Science News.
Rotman student clubs, WIMA and WIMen co-hosted a design sprint with Deloitte and GATE to design a workplace for “everyday men.” | March 07, 2019
For The Globe and Mail, Sarah Kaplan and Nancy Wilson (Canadian Women's Chamber of Commerce) challenge the "business case" for gender diversity.