Jeanette Claire McLeod is a New Zealand mathematician specializing in combinatorics, including the theories of Latin squares and random graphs. She is a senior lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Canterbury, a principal investigator for Te Pūnaha Matatini, a Centre of Research Excellence associated with the University of Auckland, an honorary senior lecturer at Australian National University, and the president for the 2018 term of the Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia.
McLeod earned her Ph.D. in 2007 from Australian National University. Her dissertation, Methods in Asymptotic Combinatorics, was supervised by Brendan McKay. She is one of the cofounders of Maths Craft, a project to popularize mathematics using crafts such as crochet and origami.
- Dr Jeanette McLeod: Senior Lecturer, Principal Investigator (Te Pūnaha Matatini), University of Canterbury, retrieved 2018-10-11
- Dr Jeanette McLeod, ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science, retrieved 2018-10-11
- CMSA Council, Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia, retrieved 2018-10-11
- Jeanette McLeod at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Mulligan, Jesse (2 March 2017), Maths & crafts: Using crochet and origami to teach mathematics, Radio New Zealand
- Monk, Ashleigh (15 March 2017), "Fold and knit your way through maths", The Star (Christchurch)
- Te, Mandy (11 November 2016), "Beauty is in the eye of the mathematician", Te Waha Nui