Sarah Kaplan comments on the sexist trolling that targets the wives or partners of athletes and other public figures for Global News.
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.
GATE-funded research by András Tilcsik and Lauren A. River examines the impact of rating systems on gender bias.
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.
GATE-funded research by Lauren Rivera and András Tilcsik appears in the Harvard Business Review.
Sarah Kaplan presents her work on going beyond the business case for gender equality at CRAM Toronto.
Heather Sarson's work is featured in a piece by The Economist on sexism and harassment in economics.
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.
Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the 2019 federal budget.