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

Cedarville News

Mark Klimek teaching an online course

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Healthcare Game Changer

Because of Mark Klimek's work, there are now thousands of registered nurses in the United States and around the world.
Pharmacy students Erin Ballentine, Chrissy Capo, Abby Woodard and Rachael Tollerton pose following the HQIC competition

Mental Health Screening Earns Innovation Honors for Pharmacy Students

Students from Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy finished third in the Healthcare Quality Innovation Challenge (HQIC), a national competition focused on using technology to improve pharmacy services.
Mary Amalia Sofia

Overcoming Health Disorder, Student on Track for 2022 Graduation

Mary Amalia Sofia, a senior psychology major at Cedarville University, has a rare nervous system disorder whose symptoms are so severe that she had to leave school for the 2020 spring semester.
Ken and Lori Erny in prayer with their family

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Life is Messy

Ken Erny has played tennis in 70-mph gusts, started sports programs, and worked tirelessly as a coach and athletic director. He knows life can be messy. But he faces each challenge with faith and love, especially his latest test: ALS.
Matt Papa in concert with the Gettys on October 28, 2019

Dove-Nominated Singer-Songwriter Is Cedarville Artist-in-Residence

Matt Papa, who co-wrote "His Mercy is More" and "Behold the Wondrous Mystery," will serve as artist-in-residence at Cedarville University for the 2021-22 academic year.
Dr. Thad Franz, pharmacist at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy, speaking with a patient

Merck Grant Will Fund Vaccine Interview Research

Dr. Aleda Chen and Dr. Justin Cole received a grant for just over $70,000 on July 2 from the Merck Investigator Studies Program (MISP).
Coach Don Callan at his Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame induction in 2012

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Victory Out of Loss

In 2020, Hall of Fame basketball coach, Don Callan, suffered a terrible loss: the passing of his dear wife of 64 years, Nedra. COVID also had him down, and almost out. But the Lord accomplished victory in the midst of what appeared to be defeat.
Mitch Haag, a junior history major from Grand Rapids, Michigan, poses in the Russell Senate Office Building, where he interned during the fall 2019 D.C. semester.

D.C. Semester Ready to Reconvene

This upcoming August, Cedarville will send 15 students to Washington, D.C., to participate in the D.C. semester program, where they will work an internship catered to their particular career goals.
Grace Norman is heading to Tokyo for the 2021 Paralympics

Grace Norman is Heading for Tokyo!

Grace Norman, a 2020 nursing graduate, will represent the United States of America at the 2021 Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan, which are taking place from August 24 to September 5.
Captain Seth Johnson

Same Orders, Different Uniform: Pastor Joins Air National Guard

Capt. Seth Johnson, a 1996 graduate of Cedarville University, recently entered a new phase of ministry, transitioning from a church pulpit where he served 20 years to chaplain in the Connecticut Air National Guard.
Mark Weinstein and Frank Jenista

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Worldwide Worldview

This week from the Cedarville Stories podcast archives, we are reintroduced to a man who transformed Cedarville’s international studies program.
United Nations flags

Model UN Prepares Students for Foreign Service

The future is bright for Cedarville’s model U.N. team and the university graduates who spent time on the team.
Dr. Mark Gathany looking at a small fish netted from Massie Creek

EPA Certification Now Part of Environmental Science Course

For the first time, students in Dr. Mark Gathany's Environment: Science, Sustainability and Stewardship course received an official Watershed Management Training Certificate from the EPA.
Three students ascending the climbing wall in the Fitness Center

Scaling the Heights: Ranking Places Cedarville Among Top Three Christian Colleges

Cedarville was recognized as the third-best Christian college in the U.S. in a spring report by College Consensus.
Caleb Booth and Mackenzie Davies

Professor Proposal: Faculty Members Tying the Knot June 28

All educators know that the first year of teaching is the hardest. But for two recent Cedarville University hires, that first-year struggle has also come with a life-changing perk.
Heidi Bruder at Yoda

Cedarville Stories Repodcast: Delighted by God's Undisguised Love

During virtual lessons last year, 2003 alumna Heidi Bruder kept her students at Calvary Christian Academy learning with a creative and engaging approach.
Female student teacher talking with a student

Pearls of Classroom Wisdom: Book Offers Insight for New and Experienced Teachers

The School of Education is slated to release its first-ever pedagogy quote book, a compilation of wisdom about teaching and educational philosophy from faculty and staff.
Chris Cross and Alan Geist

Back to the Future: Geist Steps Down as AD; Returns to Classroom

Dr. Alan Geist is stepping down effective June 30, 2021, and will return to the classroom as associate professor of sport business management. Chris Cross, assistant athletic director for compliance and operations, will serve as interim AD.
Female pianist accompanying a female soloist

Worship Culture Creates Songwriting Minor

The new songwriting minor will be offered this fall and include seven classes, four of which are new classes to the music and worship department specifically created for the minor.
Dr. Beth Delaney leading a team exercise in the sim lab

Simulation Center Upgrade Will Facilitate Collaboration

The Health Sciences High Fidelity Simulation Center is getting an upgrade this summer to enable greater health care program collaboration within the university.