Indiana University Bloomington
IUMSC   Indiana University Molecular Structure Center

Shauna-Kay Walder
Shauna-Kay Walder
Graduate Student

Shauna–Kay Walder is graduate of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs with a Master of Environmental Science concentrating in Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Risk Assessment. During her time at SPEA she has worked as a Graduate Research Assistant for the Raff Laboratory, Graduate Assistant for the SPEA Career Development Office and served as a Teaching Assistant for Statistical Techniques and Math Camp. She has also participated in the SPEA’s Global Partners Program helping students to adjust to life in the United States as well as sharing her own cultural experiences.

Shauna-Kay is working with Groups STEM students to investigate the structures of iron complexes as model compounds for humic acid activity in soil.

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