Back to the Most Diverse Square Mile in America
Cedarville students return to Clarkston, Georgia to serve refugees.
Student Pharmacists Serving Native American Communities
Four will serve in Tuba City, Arizona over spring break.
Leading the Effort to Foil Cyberattacks
Learning module prepared for the National Security Agency has been rigorously tested in Cedarville courses.
"Understanding the Muslim Scriptures" Panel Discussion
Dr. Elizabeth Wright and Dr. Matt Bennett will discuss the Quran’s influence on Islamic faith, contemporary Arabic language, and Christian ministry.
Bethlehem Seminary Professor, Theology Blogger Coming to Chapel
Andy Naselli is also a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Biblical Literature.
Model U.N. Team On Top of the World After Dayton Competition
Cedarville’s team was awarded five of the eight top honors, four honorable mentions and an outstanding position paper award.
Homeschool Goes to College
Special event provides real-life experience for early education majors.
Celebrating Common Ground
Feb. 22 event celebrates Cedarville's friendship with the local farming community.
Area Colleges Come Together to Advance Medical Teamwork
Interdisciplinary healthcare training on Feb. 23 will involve pharmacy, nursing, and social work students.
Trustees Approve 2019-20 Budget, New Academic Certificate Programs
The Board of Trustees also advanced key initiatives in the 10-year master plan and granted tenure or promotions to 21 faculty members at its January 25 meeting.
Religious Liberty Researcher, Midwestern Seminary Professor Speaking
Jason Duesing is associate professor of historical theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and serves with The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.
Preparing Students for Success
Cedarville's class of 2018 had 98.3 percent of graduates employed or in grad school within six months after commencement.