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

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Dr. Daryl Smith speaking on Veterans Day 2021

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Higher Purpose

Dr. Daryl Smith, Associate Professor of Management, knows the joy of the Lord should permeate all of life, especially our careers. His friend, Chuck Proudfit, founder of At Work on Purpose, agrees. The results have been life-changing.
Will Brethauer filming the USA Olympic swim team in Hawaii during their summer training camp before the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Video Business Has Olympic Success

When Cedarville University senior William Brethauer was a junior in high school, he never could have anticipated that a broken nose would lead to a lifelong passion.
Dr. Rebecca Gryka teaching students in the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy.

Gift Continues Legacy of Service

Dr. Rebecca Gryka continues to support the school’s work of preparing the next generation of Christian pharmacists.
Nat Biggs instructs a business information technology management lab.

$1.6M Wi-Fi Upgrade Under Way

The university is in the process of implementing an ambitious Wi-Fi upgrade project that will bring new, or improved, Wi-Fi access points to much of campus.
Jonathon Lipscombe

Internship Offers New Lens on Life

Cedarville University junior Jonathon Lipscombe has worked with Advancing Ministries of the Gospel (AMG) International for the last 17 months capturing on film what is happening in missions around the world.
Arielle Wenig and her family posing with Stinger on Getting Started Weekend freshman year.

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Somewhere Down the Road

Cedarville University senior Arielle Wenig has the kind of long-range focus that can be rare for someone her age. It started in 4th grade. Learn more on the Cedarville Stories podcast.
artist's rendering of the exterior of the Scharnberg Business Center

Schiewetz Foundation’s $1 Million Gift Will Benefit Scharnberg Business Center

Construction on the Scharnberg Business Center is tentatively scheduled to begin this fall.
Hannah Bradley receiving rehab

A Second Chance to Dance

When Hannah Bradley stepped onto the stage in “Anne of Green Gables” last fall, it was a stark reminder that just a few years ago, she couldn’t even walk.
The jail ministry student chaplains, including Jeremy Gieske (second from left), Kelton Moore (middle) and Hannah Jeffers (right).

Jail Ministry Students Return In Person

Jail ministry student chaplains found a way to minister to inmates at Greene County Jail in Xenia, Ohio.
Social work professor Melissa Brown working with a small group of students

Professor Contributes to National Grief Counseling Curriculum

Social work professor Melissa Brown has worked with thousands of clients, from small children to centenarians and their loved ones, helping them process pain, loss, abuse, and neglect.
Dr. Murray Murdoch teaching in a class

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Biblical Worldview Warrior

The achievements of Dr. Murray Murdoch are many, but his advocacy for a biblical worldview stands above the rest.
Cedarville's athletic training quiz bowl team members Kaitlyn Tyms, Claire Barker and Jacob Curran holding the tournament plaque.

Best in Ohio in Athletic Training Competition

Students from Cedarville University’s athletic training program won the Ohio Athletic Trainers’ Association (OATA) Annual Student Quiz Bowl in November.
Dr. Kevin Sims, his nine students and his wife pose next to a statue of Lincoln in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Battlefield Lessons Bring Civil War to Life

Dr. Kevin Sims, senior professor of political science, and nine students had an up-close and in-person history lesson at the sites of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Battle of Antietam.
Zach Krauss helping a patient at Gem City Market.

Students Serve Patients at Community Grocery Store

The Cedarville chapter of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association has been providing free healthcare screenings to customers at Dayton’s Gem City Market.
Mark Mazelin, director of web services, reviews the Cedarville online catalog with his son, Austin

More High Schoolers Begin Their 1,000 Days With Dual Enrollment

Cedarville University has experienced 15-consecutive years of record enrollment, and dual-credit high school students have become a growing part of the boom. Last fall, 567 dual enrollment students were part of the record enrollment of 4,715.
Master of Divinity Text-Driven Preaching Award winner Nathaniel DeRochie

DeRochie Receives Master of Divinity Text-Driven Preaching Award

DeRochie delivered a chapel message prior to being presented with the honor during chapel on Wednesday, Dec. 1.
Ligia Benitez with her family in El Salvador

From El Salvador to Florida to Ohio: Faith Journey Leads College Student to Cedarville

When Ligia Benitez started high school in Central America, she thought she had her life mapped out. What she never expected was a commitment to study abroad in the United States, which led her to Cedarville.
Two Pursuit business members wearing their company's shirts and ball cap

Student Business Donates All Proceeds to Local Nonprofit

Business students are selling a clothing line focused on reaching the one, selling merchandise off-campus, and donating all proceeds to One Bistro café in Xenia.
Troy, Donna, Kate, Grace, and David VanLiere from 2018

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Redemption is Near

Cedarville alumna and best-selling author Donna VanLiere is a big fan of Christmas. But as much as she loves the holiday season, she loves to share with others that the first advent was just the beginning. Learn more on the Cedarville Stories Podcast.
Julie Clark (right), with her daughters Maddie (left) and Kinslee (middle).

Sweet! Popular Food Blog Business Began as Homework Project

When Julie Clark graduated from Cedarville University, she expected to be a teacher. Little did she know that her "students" would be learning how to create desserts and breakfast specialties through her family business food blog, Tastes of Lizzie T.