Professor with a Pastor’s Heart Honored With New Title
Dr. Murray Murdoch’s former student Dr. Tom Mach, vice president for academics and chief academic officer, nominated him for the distinguished professor honor.
Missions Passion Receives College Preparation
Sophomore Collette Sweers spent last summer in Latvia.
Professor Becoming Critical Care Trainee
Dr. David Peters to learn the best ways to utilize pharmacy in a large, complicated health system.
Runner With Spinal Cord Injury Receives Scholarship
Nursing student receives scholarship from former NCAA Division 1 swimmer's organization
Taiwan-Cedarville Nursing Connection More Than Educational
Four students and a professor from Dayeh University will visit in January and February.
Prevention Screening Could Help Reduce Military Injuries
Scientific journal features the work of Cedarville professor Dr. David Peterson.
Worship 4:24 Includes WOW Factor
The conference will feature Dove Awarding-winning singer-songwriter Meredith Andrews and offer a new WOW option for high schoolers.
Courage in Leadership Focus of Conference
Cedarville University’s fifth annual CU LEADership Conference will be held January 19, 2019.
Children's Book Scores Two National Awards
Dr. Dan DeWitt's children's book, "The Friend Who Forgives," looks at the Gospel story of Jesus and Peter.
Pharmacy Grads Surpass National Average on Licensing Test
Cedarville University Doctor of Pharmacy graduates achieved a 96.77 percent pass rate on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination.
One Professor, 1,000 Media Interviews
Mark Caleb Smith, a political science professor and director of Cedarville's Center for Political Studies, was an expert source during the 2016 Republican National Convention and has appeared on Newshour, PBS's nationally televised news program.
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.