https://www.economics.utoronto.ca/index.php/index/research/seminars
Toronto Flyout list out!

Population of grad students: 70% are type A and 30% are type B.
Toronto six flyouts: 33% are type A and 67% are type B.
Homework problem: Suppose X>6 applicants are over the bar for a flyout, where X includes applicants in proportion to their population share. If one sampled randomly 6 out of Y, what is the probability to end up with the the observed allocation?

What is type A and type B?
Population of grad students: 70% are type A and 30% are type B.
Toronto six flyouts: 33% are type A and 67% are type B.
Homework problem: Suppose X>6 applicants are over the bar for a flyout, where X includes applicants in proportion to their population share. If one sampled randomly 6 out of Y, what is the probability to end up with the the observed allocation? 
If X=6?
(.3^4)(.7^2)=.4%
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Population of grad students: 70% are type A and 30% are type B.
Toronto six flyouts: 33% are type A and 67% are type B.
Homework problem: Suppose X>6 applicants are over the bar for a flyout, where X includes applicants in proportion to their population share. If one sampled randomly 6 out of Y, what is the probability to end up with the the observed allocation? 
https://www.speakers.ca/speakers/maydianneandrade/
Maydianne Andrade
Expert on Creating Equitable WorkplacesAs the ViceDean of Faculty Affairs & Equity at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), Professor Maydianne Andrade shows the strength diversity brings to an organization through actively promoting the hiring, retention, and success of a diverse and inclusive faculty. Through her informative and eyeopening talks, she speaks to the harm that unconscious biases have on both individuals and organizations, and provides techniques and solutions to resolve and mitigate those negative effects to create more positive and fair workplaces.
Do you really need a vicedean of faculty affairs?

https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/biosci/maydianneandrade
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This doesn't appear to be a job talk. It's listed as a special lecture and she has her own lab at the Toronto satellite campus: https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/labs/andrade/