Administration

Academic Vice President - Dr. Thomas Cornman

Thomas Cornman

Dr. Thomas Cornman joined Cedarville University in July 2009 as academic vice president.

Dr. Cornman’s experience includes 10 years of teaching and 17 years management experience in higher education. As Academic Vice President he is responsible for all academic departments and activities of the University and serves as its Chief Academic Officer.

Cornman holds a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago; an M.A. from Temple University; an M.Div. from Talbot School of Theology, Biola University; and a B.S. from Philadelphia College of Bible.

"Cedarville encompasses a strong commitment to the preeminence of Christ and the authority of the Scripture, while providing students with an exceptional educational experience," says Cornman. "Cedarville's mission and vision prompted me to want to join this exceptional group of Christ-centered faculty."

Cornman began his career as a church historian, teaching classes in Bible and theology, as well as western civilization, U.S. history and American church history.

His publications include contributions to the "Moody Handbook of Preaching" (Moody, 2008) and "Foundational Faith: Unchanging Truth for an Ever-Changing World" (Moody, 2003). He also served as general editor for "Proclaiming Jesus: Essays on the Centrality of Christ in the Church" (Moody, 2007). In 2003, his work "Caterpillars and New-Fangled Religion" was published by University Press of America.

Academic Council

Mr. Lynn Brock

Mr. Lynn Brock
Assistant Academic Vice President of Library Services, and Professor of Library Science

Mrs. Fran Campbell

Mrs. Fran Campbell
Assistant Academic Vice President for Student Success, and University Registrar

Dr. Pam Johnson

Dr. Pam Johnson
Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Senior Professor of Kinesiology

Dr. Mark McClain

Dr. Mark McClain
Dean of Graduate Studies, Professor of Chemistry

Mrs. Susan Potter

Mrs. Susan Potter
Executive Assistant to Academic Vice President

Dr. Marc Sweeney

Dr. Marc Sweeney
Assistant Academic Vice President, School of Pharmacy, and Professor of Pharmacy Practice