Gender bias problem on Wikipedia: CBC Radio ft. Virginia Balcom

As the world’s largest online encyclopedia, Wikipedia is a popular resource for many online users. Often overlooked is Wikipedia’s lack of coverage on successful women due to gender bias. According to a new study by American sociologist Francesca Tripodi, volunteer editors nominate women’s pages for deletion at a higher rate than men’s pages. While women…

Info Session | WEKH Wiki-Edit: Adding Women to the Story

Join this info session to learn how you can participate, meet like-minded people, and discover new tools to help women entrepreneurs. This is an Info Session for WEKH Wiki-Edit: Adding Women to the Story. Join a province-wide Wikipedia Edit-a-thon aimed at raising the visibility of influential women online. How it works: Attend our Info Session…

Introducing the Women Entrepreneur Knowledge Hub at VentureLabs

What the heck is WEKH? Although it may be a bit of a mouthful, the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub, otherwise known as WEKH, is a national program designed to understand address the needs of diverse women entrepreneurs across regions and across sectors. It is focused on co-creating knowledge to advance effective practices to support women…

Curatio ensures no patient goes through their health journey alone

We don’t want any patient to experience their health journey alone! We are seeing 75% improved health behaviours. No. Patient. Alone.

$16.1 Million in Funding for Women Entrepreneurs, the Launch of the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub in BC

With the support of the Government of Canada, WEKH will spread its expertise from coast to coast, enabling service providers, academics, government, and industry to enhance their support for women entrepreneurs. WEKH is spearheading a national network and accessible digital platform for sharing research, resources and best practices which will enhance the capacity of women entrepreneurs and the organizations who serve them across regions and sectors. There are nine regional hubs and a network of 75+ partners. SFU VentureLabs is proud to be the BC regional hub for WEKH.