Webinar: What it means for organizations to build back better after COVID-19. Professors Sarah Kaplan and Soo Min Toh discuss the inequalities in the current workforce highlighted by the crisis.
Postponed – Experts Discuss “How Innovation in Accessible Products, Services & Mindsets Promotes Change”
Postponed due to COVID-19. GATE presents a panel discussion co-hosted by Access to Success at Rotman, Human Capital Club, The Letters, and WIMA on how inclusive innovation can promote change in organizations and society.
In conversation with Sonia Kang, Lauren Duca discussed the issues at the root of our ailing political system and what an equitable democracy would look like. | March 11, 2020
In our fifth Industry Partner Workshop on February 27, 2020, our researchers and partners engaged with topics such as Gender and team leadership and work design and flexible work.
The second event in our Feminist City series. This panel examined the experiences of women working in this notoriously white and male-dominated field. | January 30, 2020
Special event from University of Toronto’s alumni relations: GATE Director Sarah Kaplan talks about “Gender and the Economy - Lessons from COVID-19 for the New World of Work"| March 1, 2022
Investigative journalist Robyn Doolittle discussed her book "Had It Coming," about how attitudes around sexual behaviour have changed, and still need to change, in the age of #MeToo. | November 27, 2019
We were excited to host our 4th Annual Research Roundtable for academic researchers. This year included a keynote from Senior Associate Dean of MBA Programs, Miguel M. Unzueta, UCLA Anderson, idea blitzes from academic researchers, and a debate on the pros and cons of anti-sexual-harassment training programs.
Dr. Jen Gunter, in conversation with Sarah Kaplan, examined the wellness industrial complex, and how wellness influencers profit off misinforming women about what’s supposedly good for their vaginal and sexual health. | October 29, 2019
This session featured three presentations about women and finance from professors Claire Célérier, Laura Doering, and Avni Shah, with a conversation moderated by Jacqueline Thorpe. | October 07, 2019