How can we address gender bias in our work and educational culture?



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Dr. Toni Schmader

Dr. Toni Schmader researches gender disparities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). As the Canada Research Chair in social psychology and director of the Engendering Success in STEM Consortium, she tackles some important questions. What is behind the educational culture that prevents girls from entering these fields? And how does workplace culture perpetuate inequality?

Dr. Schmader is working on ways to stop implicit bias at a young age, and to help men and women work together for change in the workplace.

Read more about her research in UBC’s campaign latest campaign, the potential is yours.