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Melissa Andreychek joined EcoCheck as a Science Communication Intern in May 2010. After earning her Bachelors at the University of Pittsburgh, Melissa spent several years working as an interpretive writer at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, with major projects related to the renovation of the museum's dinosaur hall and the exhibition development of Powdermill Nature Reserve. She is currently working toward the completion of her Masters in Technical and Scientific Communication at Miami University. Outside of the office, Melissa enjoys supporting canine welfare and rescue initiatives and traveling.
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