Dr. Eimers serves as professor of physics and mathematics and has been at Cedarville for 20 years. He received his B.S. in physics and mathematics (1963) from Hobart College, and both his M.S. in physics (1965) and his Ph.D. in theoretical physics (1969) from Syracuse University. He is a member of a professional organization for science teachers (N.S.T.A.) and a professional physics organization, the A.A.P.T. Dr. Eimers specializes in the use of computers and technology in physics and science education. Recently, he presented a seminar on elementary science education at the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools. He is active in his home church as a deacon, church clerk, choir member, occasional Sunday school teacher, and on the Evangelism Explosion outreach team. His hobbies include reading, amateur radio, and playing several musical instruments. Dr. Eimers has three daughters and four grandchildren.