Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the recent study showing that U.S. women who acquire an MBA earn a 63-per-cent salary “bump” with their degree but fail to close the pay gap with men after graduation.
Two of GATE's MBA Student Fellows, as well as Vanessa Iarocci, speak to Rotman News about the Designing for Equality course.
Sarah Kaplan and two GATE MBA Student Fellows are quoted in a VICE piece on the gender gap in MBA programs.
In collaboration with The Bank of Montreal (BMO) and Bain & Company, The Letters @ Rotman and GATE hosted a case competition with over 50 Rotman MBA students to strengthen LGBTQ2+ diversity and inclusion efforts at BMO.
GATE's MBA Student Fellows
Over time we will partner with Rotman student consulting groups to provide consulting opportunities related to gender, finance and business.
This design sprint challenged 15 teams of Rotman MBA students to develop solutions for one of capital markets most persistent problems: career longevity for women. | Oct 1, 2018
Sarah Kaplan is interviewed for QS Top MBA to explain how GATE is changing the conversation at Rotman.
Researchers conducted 73 life history interviews with MBA graduates twelve years after graduation, in order to examine the factors contributing to diverging career pathways for men and women.
The Financial Times Business School Newsletter points to Sarah Kaplan's Rotman Management Magazine on gender equality as an innovation challenge (and the problem with the business case for diversity)