Research by Sarah Kaplan and Sonia Kang for achieving gender equality in medicine and science is featured by WIRED.
Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the recent study showing that U.S. women who acquire an MBA earn a 63-per-cent salary “bump” with their degree but fail to close the pay gap with men after graduation.
In 2017, 90% of mothers took maternity leave, but only 12% of fathers took or intended to take paternity leave. Why? To shed light on the implications of paternity leaves and fatherhood, we hosted a scholarly discussion during our 3rd Annual Research Roundtable.
Two of GATE's MBA Student Fellows, as well as Vanessa Iarocci, speak to Rotman News about the Designing for Equality course.
GATE-funded researcher Avni Shah shows how family dynamics shape retirement investing for The Globe and Mail.
Sarah Kaplan comments on the latest Gillette commercial and the prevalence of socially-conscious advertising for CTV News. (This piece was also picked up by the Toronto Sun and Ottawa Citizen.)
Sarah Kaplan and two GATE MBA Student Fellows are quoted in a VICE piece on the gender gap in MBA programs.
GATE is mentioned in a piece by Bustle on the gender wage gap, and why it's more complicated than "women need to ask for more money."
Researchers provide evidence that heterosexual men in "traditional" marriages view women in the workforce unfavourably.
Sarah Kaplan comments about the lack of diversity in Canada's artificial intelligence workforce and its dangerous implications for discrimination.