Fellow:Allyn Lottouzee

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Allyn Lottouzee
School (Cohort)
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (2021 cohort)
Majoring in
Water Resources and Political Theory (double major)
United States


Allyn Lottouzee (he/him) is an environmental sustainability innovator. An undergraduate student of the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee (UWM), Allyn is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Environmental Science (under the Water Resources track), and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (theory).

During his undergraduate career, Allyn has been an active member of the UWM community, where he has served as a McNair scholar, chair of the Green Fund Allocation and Mentorship Committee (GFAMC), a student senate member, participant in the Student Startup Challenge, and a University Innovation Fellow.

Before attending UWM, Allyn was involved in retail sales management, charged with directing stores or departments of various product backgrounds. He plans to pursue a PhD upon graduation in Spring 2022. Allyn has two children, Corvin and Zander (two of four people sharing the last name Lottouzee).


2021- Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Scholar

2020- Chair of Green Fund Allocation and Mentorship Committee

2021- Student Senate Member

2021- Jeffrey & Carrie Hoye Academic Scholarship/ UWM Retirees Association Scholarship

2020- Best Video at UWM Innovator's Expo

2018- Multi-time century bicyclist

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