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Kinsey graduated in 1912 as valedictorian of his high school class. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in biology and psychology in 1916 from Bowdoin College.
In 1920 Kinsey received a doctorate degree in biology from Harvard University. He accepted a job as an assistant zoology professor at the University of Indiana in Bloomfield.
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