"Our research suggests that many LGB+ and Trans workers don’t feel safe to express themselves and be accepted at work."
CAPTION: File photo of San Francisco China town, taken in November 2006. Courtesy: Chmehl/Wikipedia CC BY 3.0 In May 2020, New York City officials...
We spoke to 12 members of the STEM community, who shared their thoughts on how to create more supportive, equitable, and engaging environments.
... This isn't the first analysis to examine the relationship between language use and career outcomes.
February is a busy month for spreading love and inclusivity. In Canada and the U.S., it's Black History Month and in the UK, it's LGBTQ History Month.
Two books published this year explore how anti-Blackness on Canadian university campuses shapes higher education for Black students.
Valuable 500 announces new investment, partners committed to expanding disability inclusion in business
According to the World Economic Forum, approximately 15 per cent of the population — or 1 in 7 people — live with some form of disability. And while a large portion of this group can work, it remains an underemployed segment.
"I always wanted to be an engineer. Like many others, I used to take stuff apart at home growing up, not always able to put them back together. I am fascinated by how things work."