Fellow:Alonzo Alcocer

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About Alonzo:

Alonzo Alcocer is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student studying Landscape Architecture at Colorado State University (CSU). His interest in being outdoors and wanting to expand his creative thinking and design skills, gave him the compulsion to pursue a degree in this field. At Colorado State University, Alonzo is the treasurer for the Student Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects. During his third year at CSU, Alonzo discovered what it meant to be part of the University Innovation Fellows.

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  • Sports
  • Sketching
  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Snorkeling 

Why UIF?:

Being apart of The University Innovation Fellows Program builds connections and opens opportunities to many students and faculty members by implementing an innovation and entrepreneurship environment on their campus. It is an influential program that is constantly making it possible for students to become leaders of change in higher education by preparing them with the necessary skills.

Additional Links:

Campus Overview Page


Colorado State University Student Priorities Page


CSU UIF Cohort

Fall 2018