Soraya Chemaly, Director of the Women’s Media Center Speech Project and award-winning writer, made the case for why we're angry, and why it matters in her latest book, "Rage Becomes Her." | April 30, 2019
Assistant Professor Lee Airton discussed their latest book, "Gender: Your Guide: A Gender-Friendly Primer on What to Know, What to Say, and What to Do in the New Gender Culture." | April 09, 2019
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
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.
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
Rebecca Traister, Writer at Large for New York magazine and a Contributing Editor at Elle, tracks the history of female anger as political fuel for change. | February 28, 2019
Associate professor and author, Heath Fogg Davis, joined us to ask: Why do we need to mark people and places with sex categories? | December 06
Journalist Gemma Hartley detailed how the thankless day-to-day anticipating of needs and solving of problems is feeding gender inequality. | December 03, 2018
For the 16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence, we co-hosted with The Citizen Lab a discussion about the perils of the digital world–and what we can do about it. | November 27
For our 3rd annual Research Roundtable, we convened research scholars to discuss the latest findings on gender and the economy, including key insights on work-family conflict and parental leave policies.