One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
Cedarville professor Dr. Mark Caleb Smith on a television newscast.

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Dr. Lori Ferguson, assistant dean of the School of Education, teaches a class at Cedarville

School of Education Pours Into Ohio Educators

As the School of Education continues to shape future educators, it’s also pouring into current ones by supporting, encouraging, and inspiring teachers and school districts around Ohio and beyond.
Marissa Conrad talks with friends in front of the BTS

Students Changing Hearts and Minds Without Hands

In preschool, Marissa Conrad won awards for best handwriting in her class, which is more remarkable than you think since she has no hands. Now a sophomore at Cedarville University, Conrad has continued to push herself in every area of life.
Erin Ballentine and Sam Treinish

Pharmacy Students in National Leadership Roles

Two students in Cedarville University’s Doctor of Pharmacy program were recently chosen for key leadership roles in the national pharmacy society Phi Lambda Sigma, also known as the Pharmacy Leadership Society.
Dr. Chuck Clevenger's painting of Founders Hall in a winter snow

Professor's Painting Is Picture-Perfect Christmas Card

Emeritus senior professor of music Dr. Chuck Clevenger is known around Cedarville University for his 33 dedicated years of service and his exceptional instruction in piano and composition. But he is also an accomplished watercolorist.
Taylor and Rachel Hartley

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Risking Safety for God's Glory

In March 2020, Rachel Hartley, a 2015 B.S.N. and 2020 Master of Science in Nursing alumna, was serving as a preoperative surgical nurse in Lynchburg, Virginia.  Then everything changed.  Learn more on the Cedarville Stories Podcast.
Cindy Hasselbring at the Mary W. Jackson NASA Headquarters

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Reaching for the Stars

She's been dreaming of space flight since she visited Kennedy Space Center in Florida when she was a kid. Now, 1995 alumna Cindy Hasselbring is on mission with NASA. Listen to her story on the Cedarville Stories Podcast.
Members of the Cedarville Student Launch team

Climbing Higher: Engineers Ready to Launch Subscale Rocket

Students from the Cedarville University School of Engineering and Computer Science are preparing to launch a subscale rocket as the next stage in their NASA competition experience.
Tree lighting during Giving Tuesday on November 30, 2021

Cedarville Campaign Nearing $100 Million with Strong Giving Tuesday

The Cedarville University community responded to the national Giving Tuesday campaign on November 30 by contributing $706,507. The money from the Giving Tuesday initiative will be used for projects within the One Thousand Days Transformed campaign.
Dr. Kevin Sims officiates a wedding.

Scholars and Shepherds: Professors Serve in the Pulpit

Cedarville professors regularly minister at area churches in addition to their normal campus responsibilities.
Matt Dearden holding up a bottle of Hank's Root Beer.

Friends for Life Rooted in Root Beer

Cedarville University alumnus Matt Dearden, now associate vice president for enrollment management at Cedarville, runs “the world’s premier root beer rating website” with his friends and fellow alums, Kevin Napp and Dave Stephens.
Arielle Wenig and her family posing with Stinger on Getting Started Weekend freshman year.

4th-Grade Letter Leads to Dream College

Arielle Wenig, a senior social work major, had Cedarville University on her radar for a very long time.
Philip and Krista Miller and family and Moody Church leadership on the day of his installation as pastor

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Faithfulness Over Reluctance

2004 alumnus Philip Miller was installed as senior pastor at The Moody Church in downtown Chicago in 2020. He is now part of a long line of faithful men of God who have served at this signature evangelical church.
The 2021-2022 Grassroots Senior Design Team and Professor Kinsinger with the “NashPotato”.

Greased Lightnin’: Stage Prop Reborn as Winning Race Car

When Jay Kinsinger’s son needed a stage prop car for his high school production of “Grease,” he never would have imagined that the rusted-out 1957 Nash Metropolitan would be drag racing only two years later.
Enrichment bags for Cedar Cliff Elementary lined up on a table.

The Gift of Learning! Enrichment Bags Serve Local Elementary Students

The enrichment bags contain educational materials and activities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
The orchestra performs during a Community Christmas Celebration.

21st Annual Community Christmas Celebration Heralds the Season December 5

The celebration begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
students learning in cyber security and environmental science and a pharmacy student serving at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

Six New Majors Eligible for Choose Ohio First Grants

In addition to six new majors being eligible, work-based learning experiences will be made available to every Choose Ohio First scholar.
Dr. Seth Hamman instructing students in the cyber lab.

Cedarville Named National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense for Second Time

This is the second consecutive time that Cedarville has been received this prestigious designation from the National Security Agency. It was previously awarded in 2018.
Dr. Michael McKay recovering at Kettering Medical Center

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Thankful for a Bonus Round

On this Thanksgiving Day, we are grateful for all of the Lord’s many, many blessings. This week’s podcast guest, Dr. Michael McKay, Assistant Professor of Biblical Theology, has experienced those blessings in a profound and life-changing way this year.
The 2019 Christmas tree lit up at night and surrounded by students

15,000 Lights, 1,095 Ornaments: Epic Tree Lighting Inspires Giving

Cedarville University will host its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 30. The event will run from 7 to 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public free of charge.
Members of the Cedarville Speech Team include (L-R) Paul Miller, Micaiah O’Malley, Olivia Ball, Alex Boesch, Will Galkin, Ave’ Burson, and Maren Moses.

Speech Team Places 5th at Large National Tournament

The Steve Hunt Classic, hosted by Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, featured more than 40 colleges and universities from 23 states.