As researchers and practitioners, we analyze and present our findings on the benefits of greater diversity and inclusion in science and technology. Our papers, presentations, and posters have appeared in places such as: American Behavioral Scientist, the Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity (CoNECD) from the American Society for Engineering Education, the Collegeville Workshop, Computing in Science & Engineering Magazine, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics 2019 Conference on Computational Science and Engineering Conference.
Dr. Leung served on the Congressionally mandated National Academies Study of the NASA University Leadership Initiative
L. Frehill and M. Leung, “Twitter Gone Wrong: How Constructive Dialog and Collaboration Enable Innovation” in Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 23, no. 01, pp. 97-101, 2021.
M. Leung, “Diversity and Inclusion Through Leadership During Challenging Times” in Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 22, no. 06, pp. 92-96, 2020.
M. A. Leung, S. Crivelli and D. Brown, “Sustainable Research Pathways: Building Connections across Communities to Diversify the National Laboratory Workforce,” in Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity (CoNECD), Washington D.C., 2019.
M. A. Leung, “Developing Sustainable Methods for Broadening Participation: Transforming Mainstream Science and Technology Communities through Normalization of Inclusion,” American Behavioral Scientist, May 2018.
M. A. Leung, “Broadening Engagement by Extending the Classroom to Conferences,” in Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics Education Conference, Portland, 2018.
M. Leung and C. McNeely, “Opening doors to communities of practice: Programmatic interventions for inclusion in the computing sciences,” in IEEE Xplore/RESPECT 2015 Proceedings, Charlotte, 2015.
M.A. Leung, "Developing Sustainable Methods for Broadening Participation by Transforming Mainstream Science and Technology Communities Through the Normalization of Inclusion." American Behavioral Scientist. 2018;62(5):683-691. doi:10.1177/0002764218768844