The Varsity highlights the financial highs and lows of 2020, including our Feminist Recovery Plan which recognized the need for an equitable approach to building back better.
Engendering Success in STEM (ESS) interviews GATE Faculty Research Fellow, Sonia Kang, and shines a spotlight on her research, work with ESS and recent Canadian Research Chair appointment.
GATE Postdoctoral Fellow, Kira Lussier, dives into the roots of the modern diversity programme, in this Prospect Magazine piece examining the effectiveness of diversity training.
GATE's Sonia Kang discusses the University of Toronto's exciting new mentorship program designed to train and encourage promising minority students through intensive research activities with faculty mentors.
VICE features Sarah Kaplan and GATE Research Associate, Carmina Ravanera, in their piece highlighting how the pandemic has exposed longstanding inequities in Canadian society and the need to for the federal government to deliver on a feminist recovery plan.
Research2Reality interviewed Sarah Kaplan to learn more about what inspired her to become a researcher, along with some other fun tidbits.
GATE research associate, Carmina Ravanera, discusses how the pandemic has highlighted the need for universal child care, in this piece by The Toronto Star.
GATE Research Associate, Carmina Ravanera, comments on the need for an economic recovery to address the systemic forms of inequality and discrimination experienced by this pandemic.
New Gender Analytics Specialization Launched by University of Toronto’s Institute for Gender and the Economy on Coursera.
A first-of-its-kind Gender Analytics Specialization was launched this week on Coursera by the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.