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

Student Research & Internships

Hands-on experience is key to advancement in graduate studies as well as careers in the sciences. That’s why Cedar Crest College requires students in the chemistry and physical sciences department to conduct research or complete a laboratory internship in order to fulfill their degree requirements. During your years here, you will regularly work side-by-side with experienced faculty members and industry professionals, utilizing the latest equipment and technology to perform a variety of types of scientific research.

Research

Thanks to the College’s affiliations with professional organizations, our students also enjoy regular opportunities for presenting their research at regional and national conferences and other events throughout their studies.

Some recent presentations completed by Cedar Crest College students include:

Mackenzie Beyer, 3D Comparison of Cartridge Casings from a False-Positive/ False- Negative Error Rate Study, Fifth Annual Forensic Science Student Research Exchange, West Chester University, West Chester, PA, April 2015. (poster)

Emily Williamson, Development Studies and Substrate Effects on the Use of Lawsone for the Enhancement of Fingerprints on Paper and Pottery Substrates, Fifth Annual Forensic Science Student Research Exchange, West Chester University, West Chester, PA, April 2015. (poster)

Mackenzie Beyer, 3D Comparisons of Cartridge Casings from a False-Positive/False-Negative Error Rate Study, Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists, Hershey, PA, November 2014. (poster)

Amber Fontanez, Determination and Use of Diazonium Ions for the Presumptive Testing of Narcotics Containing an Activated Aromatic Ring, Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Association fo Forensic Scientists, Hershey, PA, November 2014 (poster).

Chandler Grant, Determining the Effect of Bleach on the DNA Genotyping of Bloodstains, Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists, Hershey, PA, November 2014. (poster)

Angelica Graver, Toward the Development of a Method for the Comparative Analysis of Magnetic Wire, Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists, Hershey, PA, November 2014. (poster)

Emily Williamson, Development Studies and Substrate Effects on the Use of Lawsone for the Enhancement of Fingerprints on Paper and Pottery Substrates, Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists, Hershey, PA, November 2014. (poster)

 


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