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The Mola Lab


The Mola Lab is located in the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship Department at Colorado State University. We’re a part of the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology

The lab conducts a variety of work mostly centered on pollinator and pollination ecology and conservation. We’re brand new as of October 2022 so please get in touch if you’d like to discuss ideas or nerd out about insects and plants!

Lab News and Musings

  • Publication on Western Bumble Bee Declines
    New paper out on declines of Western Bumble Bee (Bombus occidentalis) led by Will Janousek and Tabitha Graves at USGS. This was an interesting effort to be a part of, with a long series of expert meetings and revisions leading to the final product. The results don’t paint a promising future for Western Bumble Bee, … Read more
  • Interested in Graduate School? Join us!
    The lab is accepting applications for master’s or PhD students to join us at Colorado State University. Students can apply through either the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship Department or the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology. To apply, fill out this google form here. (Please note: this is just to collect your details for our lab, … Read more
  • The Lab is Born!
    October 3rd was John’s first official day at CSU. We’re currently getting computers, cleaning out spaces, and otherwise getting stuff going. Soon we’ll post flyers for a lab manager, work-study positions, and graduate students for Fall 2023. Keep an eye out!