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Teacher talking with students

Education Majors and STEM School Learn Together

Teachers in training spend two class periods a week observing and working in classrooms at the Springfield, Ohio school.

Man reading Bible story on a smartphone.

Smartphone App and the Great Commission

Story Producer is a do-it-yourself evangelism and discipleship tool for reaching communities with little to no written language.

Two Cedarville nursing students perform CPR on a mannequin.

Students Breathe Life into CPR Training

Nursing Honor Society of Cedarville members come to the aid of faculty by providing CPR training to classmates.

Cedarville alumnus Gary Osantowski standing next to Kent County, Michigan Health Department sign.

M.S.N. Student Impacts Community with Gospel and Improved Healthcare

Gary Osantowski has found second calling serving underrepresented minorities in Kent County, Michigan.

EMT placing a bandage on a patient's neck inside a car.

Neck Injury Device Turning Heads

Rubberized donut will stop blood loss while maintaining air flow in patients with traumatic injuries.

Cedarville student vaccinates another student, with a preceptor's assistance

Students Vaccinate Students During Fall Clinics

Nursing and pharmacy students vaccinate classmates and faculty and test for tuberculosis, practicing a valuable clinical skill.

Cedarville University and University of Costa Rica women's soccer teams

Global Outreach Summer Diary

All summer, Cedarville teams have traveled north, south, east, and west to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ through sports, vacation Bible schools, and youth camps. Relive the faith journey of some of our short-term teams in this Summer Diary.

NOBLE CEO class that graduated in July 2018 (L-R): Captain Wayne Hudson of Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Omaha, Nebraska; Police Chief LaTesha Watson Henderson Police Department, Henderson, Nevada; Deputy Chief Yogananda Pittman of the United States Capitol Police; and Dr. Patrick Oliver, Director of the NOBLE Mentor Program.

Police Mentoring Program Receives International Recognition

Dr. Patrick Oliver, director of the criminal justice program at Cedarville University, leads mentoring program for minorities aspiring to law enforcement leadership.

Cedarville University photographer Scott Huck, front row, far right, along with staff and student helpers working at Help Portrait.

Less Fortunate in Focus for Help-Portrait Events

Special events in Cedarville and Springfield provide portraits for those who would otherwise not be able to afford them.

Dr. Jason Lee, dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies at Cedarville University, Dr. Thomas White, president of Cedarville University, and Dr. Warren Wiersbe, prolific author, former Moody Church pastor, and Back to the Bible radio preacher and teacher.

Personal Library of One of America’s Foremost Bible Teachers Coming to Cedarville

Dr. Wiersbe is a former pastor of the famed Moody Church in downtown Chicago, a Back to the Bible radio preacher and teacher, and author of more than 170 books. His collection includes 13,000 to 14,000 titles that will be made available for reading by Cedarville University students.

Cedarville University pharmacy students Sarah Berman and Micah Bernard.

Pharmacy Students Testing Skills in National Contest

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) competition gauges the abilities of a pair of students to accurately assess and provide care for a patient.

Cedarville University's Community Christmas Celebration.

Community Uniting at Annual Christmas Concert

Concert is free and open to the public, featuring a sing-along to music from Handel's Messiah.