Problem Solved: Programming Contest Tests Students Skills
March 20, 2023—Problem-solving is a skill college students learn in various settings. Now, Cedarville University School of Engineering and Computer Science is offering a campus-wide computer programming competition Saturday, March 25, to help showcase these skills.
Washington Post: Cedarville Is Ohio’s “Most Collegiest Town”
March 17, 2023—Cedarville mighty college town caught the attention of the Washington Post, which ranked Cedarville as Ohio’s “Most Collegiest College Town.”
Second-Generation Au Sable Student Receives $3,000 Scholarship
March 15, 2023—Abby Gosselink, junior environmental science major from Otley, Iowa, took “field experience” to a whole new level, as she spent her summer studying wildlife, the ecosystem and wetland preservation.
PA Program Provides Integrated Education
March 13, 2023—Cedarville University’s continued focus on providing rigorous academic programs in health care will continue with the recently announced provisional-accreditation status for the physician assistant (PA) program.
Life on Capitol Hill
March 10, 2023—Not many people find themselves at a U.S. senator’s birthday party or meeting a former vice president, let alone at the young age of 22, but for Moriah Johnson, rubbing shoulders with political figures has become a regular part of life.
Students Spend Spring Break Serving
March 9, 2023—Spring break is spent many ways for students at Cedarville University. Some will travel home, while others vacation with friends. But for 230 students, they will be using their spring break to serve in various locations worldwide.
Unlocking Resource Archives for College Students
March 8, 2023—What has access to over six million resources, online archives and hundreds of thousands of books? It’s the Centennial Library at Cedarville University.
March 3, 2023—Students probably know Dr. David “Pete” Peterson from the physical education class they took freshman year. Or maybe they’ve seen him in the gym practicing powerlifting upward of 600 pounds.
Musings of a Writer
March 3, 2023—As he and his mother sat across from me, I could tell they were hungry for answers. What exactly can you do with a professional writing and information design (PWID) degree?
No Debate About It
March 3, 2023—Olivia (Ball) Boesch ’23 gave her first competitive speech 13 years ago. Nervousness, it would seem, no longer speaks doubts into her mind as a college senior.
Sold Out Crocs Collaboration by ICC Graduate
March 2, 2023—Nicholas Mahek never thought his love for shoes would lead to a dream role, but after pursuing a degree in industrial and innovative design at Cedarville University, he found a career that combines his passion for sketching, teamwork, shoes...and country music.
From WSRN To Resound Radio
March 2, 2023—Since 1989, Cedarville University has had a student-run radio station that serves as a learning laboratory of sorts for broadcasting and digital media students from the Department of Communication.
The Craftsman Behind Cedarville Communication
March 2, 2023—If you ask Jim Phipps '68 about his role in building Cedarville University’s Department of Communication, he redirects you. He wants to talk about anyone other than himself.
Communicating the Greatest Story Ever Told
March 2, 2023—“In the beginning.” These three words start many stories that frame our culture. But the most important use of these words comes in Genesis as part of the grand narrative of the Bible.
At The Forefront of Academic Pro-Life Education
March 2, 2023—Communication can serve many purposes, and as Christians, we believe advocacy is part of our biblical calling.
Cedarville’s 12th Annual Songwriting Contest Draws Students From Diverse Programs
March 1, 2023—Cedarville University is well connected in the world of contemporary Christian music, and the 12th annual songwriting contest held by the Department of Music and Worship will connect students with award-winning songwriters and producers.
Why Cybersecurity Education Is Important in Ohio
March 1, 2023—With the support of the Ohio Cyber Range Institute, Cedarville University is hosting The Ohio CyberEd Workshop, March 2-3 in the Stevens Student Center event rooms, beginning 6 p.m. on Thursday.
Premiere: “Is Genesis History? Mountains After the Flood”
February 24, 2023—“Is Genesis History? Mountains After the Flood” premieres on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. in Cedarville University’s Devries Theatre.
Defying All Odds
February 24, 2023—As she prepares for the 2024 Paralympics in Paris, France, Deborah has spent countless hours training her mind and body for the strength it takes to complete a triathlon.
Student Research Is Nationally Recognized
February 23, 2023—A freshman-year speech class assignment came full circle this summer for Jenna Martin, now a senior molecular biology major from Hebron, Kentucky.
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