The survey, which closes December 6, aims to address the lack of data on equity, diversity and inclusion in the postsecondary sector.
Universities Canada’s first-ever survey on EDI lets members compare results, share best practices.
“We Are Hockey” celebrates hockey players of colour and their impact on the sport in Canada.
The conversation about race in the profession is heating up. Here’s why.
I am determined to amplify my voice so I can have impact in the work I do.
Changes affect four equity-seeking groups: women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous people and visible minorities.
The new network of regional centers of excellence comes on the heels of Canada’s first national accessibility law.
Systemic racism is in the very foundations of universities; its influence is insidious and persistent.
Simple, rather than drastic, changes can go a long way to improving equality.
Canada’s “queen of giraffes” – denied tenure because she was a woman, despite her groundbreaking research – finally gets the recognition she deserves.
A new federal charter, with funds to match, will help institutions to identify systemic barriers.
The challenges of being true to oneself while representing the collective.
The new Dimensions pilot program to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in Canada’s postsecondary institutions to open on June 3.
These are just a few of the ways that men and women can help to balance the gender scales in academic science.
New tool seeks to draw attention to the imbalance in sources used by major news outlets.
Consultations will continue in February and March with underrepresented groups and academic institutions on the draft charter aimed at promoting equity, diversity and inclusion.
Some practical and achievable ways that every male scientist can help balance the gender scales in 2019.
The work celebrates water, life and womanhood.
“I’m a little bit saddened that in 2018 we’re still talking about this,” says chief science advisor Mona Nemer.
Life experience is a transferrable skill.