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Kyle Ludwig is a University Innovation Fellow at Michigan Technological University studying Computer Engineering. As an undergraduate, he joined as a Fellow in fall of 2016.

He is from Traverse City, Michigan and has developed his own personal health technology company, Looma. It was at Michigan Tech that he got involved with entrepreneurship through the Pavlis Honor's College and has continued to work in areas of education, health and entrepreneurship on campus.

At Michigan Tech, Kyle has been involved in Entrepreneur's Club, The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Undergraduate Advisory Board, and the Pavlis Honor's College while in University Innovation Fellows. Kyle also enjoys ice hockey, reading, meditating, cooking, weight lifting, and a Philz coffee from time to time.

At a young age, he learned to work on cars from his father. He later became fascinated by health and fitness in college. By the time he transferred from Northwestern Michigan Community College to Michigan Tech, he first tried mechanical engineering and later made the switch to computer engineering as he learned more about opportunities in the automotive and health-related fields.

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