Allyn Milojevich, Research Fellow
Allyn K. Milojevich is a research fellow for the Beacon Center of Tennessee, where she conducts research, writes opinions articles, and appears on radio to discuss policy issues, predominantly related to energy and environmental policy. She is particularly interested in nuclear power and environmental policy effects in Tennessee. Allyn is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Tennessee in the political science department, where she studies the role of interest groups in national science funding, as well as state educational funding. Previously, Allyn obtained a master’s degree in analytical chemistry from Virginia Tech studying the surface chemistry of chemical warfare agent stimulants. Her bachelor’s degree is also in chemistry from Washington and Lee University.