The Center for Great Lakes and Watershed Studies at Bowling Green State University seeks Masters and Ph.D. students for admission Fall 2019. Funds are available for summer field work prior to formally starting the program in August. Students in the fields of environmental microbiology, phycology and bioinformatics are sought to address projects aimed at understanding the formation, persistence and decline of harmful algal blooms in the Laurentian Great Lakes and its watershed. A recent NIEHS/NSF Oceans and Human Health grant has yielded resources for multiple opportunities in both the lab and field. Interested students should contact Dr. Timothy Davis (email@example.com) or Dr. George Bullerjahn (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.