Gasiewski, J.A., Kagan, M.K., Garcia, G.A., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J. (forthcoming). From gatekeeping to engagement: A multicontextual, mixed method study of student academic engagement in introductory STEM courses. Research in Higher Education.
Hurtado, S., Eagan, M. K., Tran, M. C., Newman, C. B., Chang, M. J., & Velasco, P. (2011). We do science here: Underrepresented students interactions with faculty in different college contexts. Journal of Social Issues, 67(3), 553-579.
Kagan, M.K., Sharkness, J., Hurtado, S., Mosqueda, C.M., & Chang, M.J. (2011). Engaging undergraduates in science research: Not just about faculty willingness. Research in Higher Education, 52(2), 151-177.
Chang, M.J. (2011). Battle hymn of the model minority myth, Amerasia Journal, 37(2), 137-143.
Chang, M.J. (2011). Asian American and Pacific Islander millennial students at a tipping point. In F.A. Bonner II, A.F. Marbley, & M.F. Howard-Hamilton (Eds.), Diverse Millennial Students in College: Implications for Faculty and Student Affairs (pp. 55-67). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Chang, M.J., Milem, J.F., & Antonio, A.L. (2011). Campus climate and diversity. In S.R. Harper & J. Schuh (Eds.), Student Services: A Handbook for the Profession, 5th Edition. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Chang, M.J. (May 23, 2011). Is Harvard worth all the fuss? Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mitchell-j-chang/is-harvard-worth-all-the-_b_865774.html.
Chang, M.J. (May 23, 2011). Busting the myth: Are Asian Americans really up for it? Hyphen Magazine, http://www.hyphenmagazine.com/blog/archive/2011/05/busting-myth-are-asian-americans-really-it.
Chang, M.J. (January 26, 2011). Tiger Mother adds to stereotype, hurts chances for college. Sacramento Bee, 17A.
Hurtado, S., Newman, C.B., Tran, M.C., & Chang, M.J. (2010). Improving the rate of success for underrepresented racial minorities in STEM fields: Insights from a national project. New Directions for Institutional Research, 148(Winter), 5-15.
Park, J.J., & Chang, M.J. (2010). AAPI serving institutions: The motivations and challenges behind seeking a federal designation. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders Policy Practice and Community, 7(2), 107-125.
Kiang, P., & Chang, M.J. (Eds.; 2010). Special Issue on K-12 Education. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders Policy Practice and Community, 7(1).
Chang, M.J., & Kiang, P. (Eds.; 2010). Special Issue on Higher Education. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders Policy Practice and Community, 7(2).
Museus, S.D., & Chang, M.J. (2009). Rising to the challenge of conducting research on Asian Americans in Higher Education. New Directions for Institutional Research, 142(Summer), 95-105.
Chang, M.J. (2009). Review of Li, G. & Wang, L. (Eds.). Model Minority Myth Revisited: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Demystifying Asian American Educational Experiences. Education Review, http://edrev.asu.edu/reviews/rev771.htm.
Chang, M.J., Cerna, O., Han, J., & Saenz, V. (2008). The contradictory roles of institutional status in retaining underrepresented students in biomedical and behavioral science majors. The Review of Higher Education, 31(4), 433-464.
Chang, M.J., & Yamamura, E. (2005). Quantitative approaches to measuring student body diversity: Some examples and thoughts. In W. Allen, M. Bonous-Hammarth, & R. Teranishi (Eds.), Higher Education in a Global Society: Achieving Diversity, Equity, and Excellence (pp. 379-396). Oxford, England: Elsevier Publishers.
Chang, M.J. (January 19, 2005). Faculty apathy more of a problem than politics. Daily Bruin.
Chang, M.J., Altbach, P.G., & Lomotey, K. (2005). Race in higher education: Making meaning of an elusive moving target. In P.G. Altbach, R.O. Berdahl, & P.J. Gumport (Eds.), American Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century (pp.517-536). Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Chang, M.J. (2003). Racial differences in viewpoints about contemporary issues among entering college students: Fact or fiction? NASPA Journal, 40(4), 55-71.
Chang, M.J. (2003). Haunted by the myth of universal success. In E. Lai & D. Arguelles (Eds.), The New Face of Asian Pacific America: Numbers, Diversity and Change in the 21st Century (pp. 203-208). San Francisco: AsianWeek Publishing Group.
Chang, M.J. & DeAngelo, L. (2002). Going Greek: The effects of racial composition on white students' participation patterns, Journal of College Student Development, 43(6), 809-823.
Chang, M.J. (2002). An exploratory study of the role of race in selecting a student body with a broader range of viewpoints, Promoting Inclusion, 5, 4-13.
Chang, M.J., & Kiang, P. (2002). New challenges of representing Asian American students in U.S. higher education. In W. A. Smith, P. G. Altbach & K. Lomotey (Eds.), The Racial Crisis in American Higher Education: Continuing Challenges for the twenty-first Century (pp. 137-158). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Chang, M.J. (2002). Racial dynamics on campus: What student organizations can tell us. About Campus, 7(1), 2-8.
Chang, M.J. (2001). Is it more than about getting along?: The broader educational implications of reducing students racial biases. Journal of College Student Development, 42(2), 93-105.
Chang, M.J. (2001). The educational implications of affirmative action and crossing the color line, Amerasia Journal, 26(3), 67-84.
Chang, M.J. (2001). The positive educational effects of racial diversity on campus. In G. Orfield & M. Kurlaender (Eds.), Diversity Challenged: Evidence on the Impact of Affirmative Action (pp. 175-186). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Publishing Group.
Chang, M.J. (2000). The relationship of high school characteristics to the selection of undergraduate students for admission to the University of CaliforniaBerkeley, Journal of Negro Education, 69(1), 49-59.,
Chang, M.J. (2000). Improving racial diversity: A balancing act among competing interests. The Review of Higher Education, 23(2), 153-175.
Chang, M.J. (2000). Review of S. Hurtado, J. Milem, A. Clayton-Pedersen, & W. Allen (Enacting Diverse Learning Environments: Improving the Climate for Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education). About Campus, 5(5), 30, 32.
Chang, M.J. (1999). Expansion and its discontents: The formation of Asian American studies programs in the 1990s. The Journal of Asian American Studies, 2(2), 181-206.
Chang, M.J. (1999). Does racial diversity matter?: The educational impact of a racially diverse undergraduate population. Journal of College Student Development, 40(4), 377-395.
Chang, M.J., Witt-Sandis, D., & Hakuta, K. (1999). The dynamics of race in higher education: An examination of the evidence. Equity and Excellence in Education, 32(2), 12-16.
Chang, M.J. (October/November, 1999). In the fast lane: The turbo-charged expansion of Asian American Studies. A. Magazine, 60-61.
Chang, M.J. (1997). Not Strange Bedfellows: Reclaiming Asian American Support for Affirmative Action. Asian Week, 19(16), 9, 22.
Astin, A.W. & Chang, M.J. (1995). Colleges that emphasize research and teaching: Can you have your cake and eat it too? Change, 27(5), 44-49.
Chang, M.J. (1995). Review of B. Barber (An Aristocracy of Everyone). Amerasia Journal, 21, 197-200.
Chang, M.J. (1995). Ito and Fung: Will they ever speak perfect English? Asian Week, 16(40), 2, 4.
Chang, M.J., Seltzer, M., & Kim, J. (under review). Does increased racial diversity lead to a more diverse collection of thoughts, ideas, and opinions on campus?: A study of racial diversity and students' viewpoints.
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