Cedarville professor Dr. Mark Caleb Smith on a television newscast.

Cedarville News

Dr. Katie Perry serving a patient at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

Independent Pharmacy Connects Family and Community

With help from her family, Dr. Katie Perry hopes to bring a personal touch to healthcare in Germantown, Ohio, near where she grew up.
Hannah Stuercke fashioning a heart sculpture

Her Artwork is Heartwork

Combining her love for nursing and anatomy with creative studio art, Hannah Stuercke fashioned ceramic organ sculptures that are on display in the School of Nursing.
Mike Weller teaching an athletic training class at Cedarville

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Greatness Redefined

Greatest of All Time, or G.O.A.T., is a familiar acronym in the professional sports world. But for Mike Weller, who’s had the chance to work with some of the most talented athletes in the world, greatness is defined in a very different way.
Solar boat team

Boats With Wings: Hydrofoil Research Wins Top Prize

Jason Paulus, a 2021 mechanical engineering graduate from Colorado Springs, Colorado, received first prize and a $2,500 award in the 2021 Mandles Prize for Hydrofoil Excellence.
white coat ceremony students 2019

White Coat Ceremony Welcomes New Pharmacy Students

Cedarville will welcome 42 first-year professional pharmacy students into the Doctor of Pharmacy program at this year’s ceremony.
Dr. Michael McKay recovering at Kettering Medical Center

Cedarville Stories Podcast: "I'm in the Bonus Round"

Dr. Michael McKay teaches about miracles in his classes for the School of Biblical and Theological Studies at Cedarville. But for this assistant professor of biblical theology, one of the greatest miracles is that he is teaching at all.
How 9/11 Changed America forum promo image

Forum to Explore Impact of 9/11

How 9/11 changed America 20 years ago with the terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shakesville, Pennsylvania will be the topic of conversation in a special one-hour forum Friday, Sept. 10 at Cedarville University.
Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

New Director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

After nearly two decades of experience in pharmacies and clinics, Dr. Justin Coby will start as director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy, the teaching pharmacy associated with Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy.
Professor Mike Weller instructing athletic training students in a lab.

Application Open For Master of Athletic Training

Cedarville University is now accepting applications for its Master of Athletic Training program through the Athletic Training Central Application System (ATCAS). This program will begin instruction in summer 2022.
2000 alumna and KLOVE/Air1 program manager Mandy Young

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Inspiring Millions One Song at a Time

Mandy Young came to Cedarville thinking about a future in music or education. And in a way, she’s doing both – she’s educating people about the power of music to transform lives and inspire faith in Jesus.
Dr. Michael McKay recovering at Kettering Medical Center

Dr. Michael McKay: "I Should Be Dead"

The fact that Dr. Michael McKay, assistant professor of biblical theology, is teaching at Cedarville this fall is a miracle. By his own account, he shouldn’t even be here.
A few of the women serving as dorm moms this year: Lee-Ann McKay, Kaleb Pauley, Denise Tye, Tina Wagner, Cheryl Long, Gerry Walquist and Sarah Gump

'Dorm Moms' Serving Female Residence Halls

The dorm mom ministry is a part of CU Women, a women's-focused ministry that offers fellowship and service opportunities to female faculty and staff. The dorm moms will come from female faculty and staff as well as the wives of male faculty and staff.
Pastor Will Galkin

Utah Church Planter to Speak in Chapel

After traveling the nation for almost 20 years as an itinerant evangelist, Pastor Will Galkin and his family relocated in 2019 to join three other pastors in Salt Lake City, Utah.
(left to right): Students Michael Winter, Lukas Knoerr, Josiah Hirschler, Madeleine Chairvolotti and Sarah Kepner delivered the oral presentation for Cedarville’s 2021 SAE Supermileage team.

Shark Car Wins Virtual Competition

A team of Cedarville University engineering students captured first place in the 2021 SAE Supermileage Competition.
Hayes Wicker, Cedarville trustee

Cedarville Stories Podcast: "I Shall Not Die, But Live"

Cedarville trustee Hayes Wicker has been a relentless and tireless servant of the Lord, but his earthly legacy for Christ nearly drew to a close as he battled COVID-19.
Jason Grahame, director of the PA program, a young patient, student Kyrie Baden, and medical director Dr. Misti Grimson

One Step Closer to Starting Physician Assistant Program

This summer, both the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODE) approved Cedarville University to offer the PA degree program.
Dixon Ministry Center with fountain spraying water in foreground

Cedarville Announces Debt-Free Status

On May 28, Cedarville University crossed a threshold that was an occasion for celebration and gratitude.
Four students in purple Welcome Home shirts holding a Welcome Home sign and pool noodles

Getting Started Weekend A Great Success!

Cedarville welcomed new students to campus for the initial weekend of the year, which concluded on August 15.
Dr. Paul Dixon, former president and current chancellor of Cedarville University

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Christ Is All He Needs

Dr. Paul Dixon acknowledges that he had not served in many roles of leadership when he came to lead Cedarville in 1978. But oh how the Lord has blessed Dr. Dixon's faithful response to His call.
Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Director, Center for Biblical Integration, Associate Professor of Theology

Fall Bible Conference is Wholehearted August 16-19

The theme for this year’s conference is “Wholehearted,” inspired by Dr. Jeremy Kimble’s personal Bible reading in the Old Testament books of 1 and 2 Chronicles.