Companies, organizations, and academic programs can help close the gender gap in STEM. Here's how.
This four-part audio series features the four panel conversations hosted at The BAD Conference. These panels focused on the roots of inequality, how to move towards real change, masculinity, and lessons from practice.
In this podcast, MBA Student Fellow Narjis Premjee interviews individuals who have covered or uncovered certain aspects of their identity in the workplace, such as their religion, ethnicity, marital status, disabilities, and sexual orientation.
It's important to acknowledge the unequal workplace outcomes on the basis of intersectionality, such as the gendered and racialized wage gap. Here are a few ways we can address these inequalities.
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
Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the 2019 federal budget.
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
For The Globe and Mail, Sarah Kaplan and Nancy Wilson (Canadian Women's Chamber of Commerce) challenge the "business case" for gender diversity.
Sarah Kaplan speaks to IEMA Transform about the role of quotas in the workplace.
A paper by Sonia Kang and Sarah Kaplan, which recently appeared in a special edition of The Lancet, was mentioned in an article at Quotidianosanità.it.