The DNA of Medical Effectiveness
2018 Pharm.D. graduate researching how genes affect a person’s response to certain drugs.
Healthcare Workers' Conscience Rights Focus of Conference
Princeton University political philosopher Dr. Robert George will keynote the opening session June 6.
Trustees Focus on Mission, Comprehensive Campaign, and New Physician Assistant Program
Trustees also approve four other graduate programs and the hiring of 10 faculty.
Take 'Em To The Cleaners: Laundry App Wins IT Innovation Award
Cedarville computer engineering students honored by Technology First.
Project Addresses Women's Health Dangers
Rebekah Jershina's project has been honored by the Columbus (OH) chapter of the Industrial Designers Society of America.
Coming Alongside Native Americans
Professional pharmacy students serve Navaho and Hopi communities in Tuba City, Arizona.
Residency Rate Higher Than National Average
Pharmacy students matched to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital and The Cleveland Clinic.
Over 1,000,000 Downloads Worldwide from Digital Archive
Cedarville scholarly research and other university works reach a global audience.
Java Jolt: New App Gives a Boost to Local Cafes
App was developed by Cedarville engineering and computer science grads.
Fore-Wheeler: Driverless Golf Cart Tees Up a Challenge
Engineering students bring self-driving technology to campus.
Largest Graduating Class Awarded Degrees
Justin Lough, Clara Costello, and Jocelyn Quirple were awarded the President's Trophy at graduation.