Hafer is honor graduate Geneva dean’s list
Kaitlin Hafer of Denver graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and a minor in forensic science. A member of the dean’s list and honors program, she belonged to honor societies Delta Delta Epsilon and Gamma Sigma Epsilon and completed a thesis, "The Spatial Arrangement of Fingerprint Minutiae in Males Versus Females," which she presented at the 37th Annual North Eastern Association of Forensic Science Conference.
Hafer also exhibited her leadership skills as the symposium chair of the Forensic Science Student Organization and president of Gamma Sigma Epsilon.
She completed an internship at AMES Laboratory at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, and was accepted into the master of science in forensic science program at Cedar Crest College, where she plans to start classes in the fall. Before that, she plans to return to Iowa for the summer to participate in the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship Program for the second time. She is the daughter of Troy and Kathleen Hafer of Denver. Geneva College announces the following students on the dean’s list for spring semester: Anne McEllhenney of Stevens, a junior elementary education major; and Caleb Leibee of Reinholds, a sophomore biology major.
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