Cedarville professor Dr. Smith discusses politics on national television

Cedarville News

Former National Cancer Institute Biochemist Joins Pharmacy Faculty

Dr. Timothy Veenstra has a mechanic's mindset.
Photo of campus overlooking the lake with the SSC and DMC in the background.

Statement from our Board of Trustees

Cedarville University Board of Trustees statement regarding the findings of the independent reports.
Dr. Kevin Jones, dean of the school of education

New School of Education Dean: Teachers to Every City and Every Country

Dr. Kevin Jones: "My faith is my career."
Dr. Patrick Oliver

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Shaping Law Enforcement in Ohio

Dr. Patrick Oliver is now the lead consultant for Ohio's newly formed Office of Law Enforcement Recruitment.
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Cedarville Parents Benefit from Master's Degree Scholarship Program

Fifteen percent discount available for classes beginning this summer.
James D. Parker, Sr., when he served as sophomore class chaplain

First African-American Student: Honesty and Unity in Christ are Crucial

James D. Parker, Sr., started at Cedarville during a time of great change regarding racial equality in America.
Social work student talking with a client

New Association for Christian Human Services and Healthcare Workers

Organization to offer support and biblical guidance on current issues.
Jeff Beste, director of strategic relationships

Cedarville Stories Podcast: "Beste" Friends

Jeff Beste, director of strategic relationships, has a knack for making meaningful connections.
Dr. John Mortensen playing a Steinway piano.

Number 1 on Amazon: Improvisation Book Hits the Right Note

Dr. John Mortensen's new title encourages the improvisation of classical works.
New residence hall

New Residence Hall Honors History Makers

James D. Parker Sr., Pat Bates, and George Dunn will be honored during the naming and dedication ceremony August 7 at 1 p.m.
Virginia Walker holding 6-year-old Lili with her mom on the left and her dad on the right

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Bold Trust

2019 alumna Virginia Walker has learned to depend more deeply on God's resources while serving overseas and during the coronavirus.
Supermileage team and Sting

Best Prototype Design at Shell Eco-marathon

Cedarville’s energy-efficient vehicle Sting won the award during the year when on-track events were canceled due to COVID-19.
Student trainer wrapping an athlete's foot.

New School, New Dean for School of Allied Health

Dr. Evan Hellwig, currently chair of the department of kinesiology and allied health, will serve as dean.
Photo of campus overlooking the lake with the SSC and DMC in the background.

Statement on Racism: Our Prayer for Repentance and Revival

Cedarville University responds to recent events in our nation, praying for repentance and revival.
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Adjusting to COVID-19, University Announces Revised Fall Schedule

Classes will begin August 17 and Christmas break will start November 25.
Business Accelerator webinar promotion

Virtual Reality is Focus of Business Accelerator Webinar

The free webinar will be held on June 12 at 10 a.m. on Zoom and is open to the public.
Heidi Bruder

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Education in Disguise

2003 alumna Heidi Bruder came up with some very creative teaching strategies during COVID-19.
Professor Mike Weller observing athletic training students

HLC Approves Master of Athletic Training

New graduate program is slated to begin July 2022.
Ty Bryant and face shield video image

Alumnus Volunteer Connects 1 Million Face Shields with COVID-19 Fight

1964 alumnus Ty Bryant answered the call when healthcare workers needed more personal protective equipment.
Noah Flack

From Seeking an End to a New Beginning

Friend on his hall and his resident assistant were crucial in helping Noah Flack rediscover his faith.