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

Cedarville News

(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.
A graduation ceremony in the courtyard of the Kosovo Leadership Academy in June 2021. Photo credit: Jim Stevenson.

Training the Next Generation of Leaders in Kosovo

Jim Stevenson, president of the International Center for Creativity (ICC), where Cedarville junior and senior industrial and innovative design students take classes, visited the Kosovo Leadership Academy seeking to inspire entrepreneurial thinking.
Pat Dixon

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Dixon's 50-Year Legacy

50 years ago, the Dixon name became synonymous with Cedarville University. And the impact of this one remarkable person is still visible everywhere on campus.
Logan, Landon, Lauren, and Lucas Clark

Clark Quadruplets Winging Their Way to Cedarville, One Way or Another

Lucas, Landon, and Lauren Clark from Mount Washington, Kentucky, will be part of the Cedarville University class of 2025. The remaining quad, Logan, is spreading his wings in a different way as he begins his studies in aviation at another university.
Brett Faro finishing the Ironman triathlon

Cedarville Stories Podcast: More Than Muscle Motivation

As a former college soccer player, Cedarville’s men’s soccer coach, and now an Ironman triathlete, Brett Faro knows how muscle is linked to strength and strength is linked to success. But in his latest journey, his view of strength, like his muscles, has been stretched.
Criminal justice major Will Geist

Cedarville Will Pilot New College to Law Enforcement Program

Cedarville University criminal justice students have a new streamlined path toward a career in law enforcement.
Dr. McKenzie (Shenks) Grinalds

Professor Begins Two-Year Drug Research Project

Dr. McKenzie Grinalds, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, was recently selected to participate in the American College of Clinical Pharmacists Foundation’s (ACCP’s) Mentored Research Investigator Training (MeRIT) program.
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.