Shundene Key isn’t positive when she determined she wished to turn out to be a scientist. Or why.
“I don’t recall,” Key stated. “But even when I was young, I was always curious about learning new things.”
Sometimes, a toddler’s pursuits are changed by an grownup’s practicality. The 8-year-old who goals of being a fireman turns into an engineer upon maturity.
But Key, a second-year PhD pupil in Arizona State University’s School of Molecular Sciences, by no means misplaced her curiosity or love for science, and it’s led her right here: