About Kenrick Kenrick Vezina is a science writer and amateur naturalist with expertise in zoology, evolutionary biology, and natural history. He completed his undergraduate degree in zoology with a minor in wildlife biology at the University of Vermont, and recently obtained an M.S. in science writing from MIT.

He has leveraged his expertise by co-authoring an entomology lesson plan for Nature's Classroom, revamping the science and nature area of a Boy Scout camp, and writing and editing for magazines and websites like Harvard's Colloquy, MIT's Technology Review, Northern Woodlands magazine, and ForeWord Reviews.

He is currently a writer and editor at The Genetic Literacy Project and freelances in the Greater Boston area.

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