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March 4, 2015
Titre forgé : 20150304.mp3
Announcing upcoming events, discussing the negative aspects of Montreal’s Nuit Blanche. An interview with Dr. Valérie Orsat, the chair of the Bioresource Engineering Department at McGill University, in which they talk about gender and science. Dr. Orsat describes the many steps she took before becoming a professor at McGill. They discuss her undergraduate and graduate experience at McGill as one of the few women in the agricultural engineering program. Dr. Orsat discusses gender roles influencing people’s abilities within the program. Urban Dweller reflects upon the efforts made by McGill University to promote diversity on all fronts. They discuss the gender diversity specifically in the bioresource engineering program and the appeal it may have for women, role models, the reason for the decreased number of women in graduate and PhD programs, equality among the challenges encountered by female and male doctors on the field, sacrifices made by women who choose to have children and Dr. Orsat’s personal experiences.