shaggy_ink_capTeaching & Mentoring: Helping students learn deeply, engage thoughtfully, and communicate clearly in biology are the best parts of my job, both in the classroom and on mentored-research projects.

Research: Understanding how interactions between forest and crop plant communities and soil microbes impact ecosystem functions, including crop yield, nutrient cycling, and host susceptibility to pathogens, is essential for many environmental challenges we face today.

 

Recent Peer-Reviewed Case Study Publications:

Malcolm GM and Chen YH. (2016) Unintended consequences of plant domestication on plant-insect interactions. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science University at Buffalo Biological Sciences. http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/

Malcolm GM. (2015) From prairies to corn fields for fuel: a tale of lost carbon. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science University at Buffalo Biological Sciences. http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/

Full list of Research Publications can be viewed here.

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