Student Profile
Jennifer Bonetti '11

Jennifer is a chemistry major with a forensic science concentration and a love for the performing arts.

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Why Choose
Cedar Crest?
  • Personalized attention
  • Average class size <20
  • Women's leadership opportunities
  • Flexibility to add dual major, minor

Clubs & Organizations

Science clubs and organizations provide you with myriad opportunities for honing your leadership skills, learning more about your chosen field of study, and networking with students, alumnae, industry professionals, and faculty members.

Among the nearly 100 clubs and organizations on the Cedar Crest College campus, here are the ones that are specific to students with an interest in chemistry, biochemistry and forensic science.

Chemistry Club

The Chemistry Club provides great leadership, learning and networking opportunities for its members, who spend much of their efforts bringing the wonder of chemistry to young girls who might one day work in the field. The club organizes several outreach programs each year such as those with the Girl Scouts or Girl’s Club, which invite girls to campus to participate in hands-on science activities. This club is open to all Cedar Crest students.

Forensic Science Student Organization (FSSO)

FSSOThe Forensic Science Student Organization (FSSO) provides great leadership, learning and networking opportunities for members.

As one of the strongest fundraising organizations on campus, the FSSO sends students to regional and national conferences, workshops, and other science-related events. Open to all Cedar Crest students.

Rho Xi chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon (National Chemistry Honor Society)

Students majoring in chemistry who meet specific academic criteria may join Gamma Rho Xi, the Cedar Crest College chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon—the national chemistry honor society.

Delta Delta Epsilon (International Forensic Science Honor Society)

Forensic science students who meet the academic criteria can join Delta Delta Epsilon, the newly formed international forensic science honor society.

Click here for more information about Delta Delta Epsilon.