Sonia Kang talks with CBC News about the effectiveness of Starbucks' anti-bias training initiative.
This video explainer is based on an Oxford-style debate on the effectiveness of diversity training hosted by GATE in 2017.
Researchers use diary entries and interviews to show how college students’ socialization into the field of engineering leads women to believe that they are a “bad fit."
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Karen Christensen interviews Vanessa Serra Iarocci to discuss Iarocci's experience utilizing design thinking principles to solve the gender gap in business.
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This study provides evidence that the gender of the initial person filling a gender-neutral role, has lasting consequences for how that role is subsequently perceived.
Sonia Kang speaks with "VIEW to the U" about her research that touches on several areas, including managing multiple identities, résumé whitening, the psychological foundations of discrimination, and more.
The subtle elimination of bias in hiring decisions (in this case, via lifelong exposure to gender diversity through raising daughters) is both good for its own sake, and for firm performance.
In male-dominated fields, such as engineering, where women experience rapid mobility into managerial roles, this study suggests that an inverted role hierarchy may disadvantage such women.
GATE's Sonia Kang talks to Chatelaine about how men can support women at work by speaking up for them.