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14/03/2018
Decades have passed since the first policies oriented to support women in the sciences were launched. North American funding agencies, as well as...
13/03/2018
I am a first-generation Canadian born to immigrant parents, a first-generation post-secondary degree holder, and a woman of colour pursuing a...
12/03/2018
We’ve come a long way since the days of Harriet Brooks, Canada’s first female nuclear physicist. Harriet, who is often considered one of the greatest...
12/03/2018
Visited a toy store lately? Pink and blue aisles are still a reality! But as Barbie turns 59, she’s competing for shelf-space with an exciting...
12/03/2018
For decades we have wrestled with the disturbing statistics about gender balance in STEM, showing lower participation by women in STEM careers,...
12/03/2018
I was always taught to let my work speak for itself and eventually, I’d reap the benefits of my hard work. However, once I began my research training...
12/03/2018
Microaggressions are subtle derogatory messages that are communicated to an individual or group of individuals. In many occasions, they come from...
12/03/2018
As a woman in science I have experienced many challenges. While working as a graduate student, I felt fortunate that I was surrounded by both female...
12/03/2018
Women’s contribution to sciences is not well recognized due to men’s inability to see the obvious. If it was not for women the human race would not...
07/03/2018
Toronto Star
07/03/2018
Toronto Star

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