Recent Commentaries

Wolf J, Maloy S. Hot topics feature in Microcosm magazine

Maloy S. 2018. From the classroom to the world. Microcosm 2(1): 3 (October)

Maloy S. 2017. The year in review. Microcosm 1(4): 3 (December)

Maloy S. 2017. Collaboration. Microcosm 1(3): 2 (September)

Maloy S. 2017. Transitions. Microcosm 1(2): 1 (May)

Maloy S. 2017. Microcosms. Microcosm 1: 1 (February)

Maloy S, Schmidt T. 2016. How climate change affects microbial Ecosystems (and Vice Versa). Microbe Magazine 11 (June)

Maloy S. 2016. Ink vs LED. Microbe 11 (May)

Maloy S. 2016. Punctuated evolution: Microbiology at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Microbe 11 (March)

Maloy S. 2016. Bio 101: Getting the science right. Letter to the Editor, Chronicle of Higher Education (February 8).

Maloy S. 2016. Magic bullets. Editorial, Microbe 11 (January).

Maloy S, Schaechter M. 2015. Being there. Editorial, Microbe 10 (December).

Maloy S. 2015. Trees or Bushes. Editorial, Microbe (November).

Maloy S. 2015. Rockefeller University contributions to Microbiology – Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Microbe 10: 337-338.

Maloy S. 2015. Is it possible to love bacteria? Letter to the Editor, Chronicle of Higher Education (April 13).

Schaechter M, Maloy S. 2014. A passion for science: Abe Eisenstark. Small Things Considered (August)

Maloy S. 2012. Op-ed: Why we must foster critical thinking. Voice of San Diego (August)

Maloy S, Hurvitz T. 2012. Op-ed: Dr. Google. Voice of San Diego (March 6)

Maloy S, M Gutierrez-Correa. 2011. Microbial genomics in Peru. Microbe 6 (6): 244-245.

Boyd D, Maloy S. 2010. Ploidy redux. Small Things Considered (December 1)

Schaechter M, Maloy S. 2010. Whence the “Ten times more microbes than human cells? Small Things Considered (July 15)

Branch R, Collin R, Lovins L, Maloy S, Redman C, Sweedler A. 2010. Do grad students need master’s degrees in sustainability — and will they be able to get jobs with them? Sustainability J Record 3: 90-95.