Cedarville professor Dr. Smith discusses politics on national television

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Steve Norris

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Making an Arrest on COVID-19

Cedarville alumnus Steve Norris offered his blood in the fight against the deadly coronavirus.
40 Questions About Islam book cover

Book Explores Loving Our Muslim Neighbors

Dr. Matthew Bennett's book serves as a primer on Islam.
Amy Grudier in PPE

Trusting God is What Makes COVID-19 Nurse Heroic

2017 nursing alumna Amy Grudier is serving at Parkland Hospital in Dallas.
Pharmacy professor conducting telehealth visit

COVID-19 Brings Telehealth to the Forefront

School of Pharmacy professors caring for Rocking Horse Community Health Center patients by video.
Taylor and Rachel Hartley

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Nurse Anchored in NYC by Her Faith

2015 graduate and Master of Science in Nursing student Rachel Hartley, and her husband Taylor, sailed to New York City to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Samaritan's Purse field hospital in Central Park

Caring for COVID-19 Patients in Central Park

2012 alumna Danielle Price joined the fight against the pandemic by serving at a Samaritan's Purse field hospital.
Heidi Bruder

Teacher Unleashes Creativity During COVID-19

2003 alumna Heidi Bruder has been "applying" new techniques to teach her students virtually.
New dining facility that will feature Chick-fil-A

University Prepares for August Return to Campus

Graduate and undergraduate students will be welcomed back to campus as scheduled on August 14-16, 2020.
Cedarville University sign on brick entrance

Trustees Make Forward-Focused Decisions Amid Coronavirus Challenges

Cedarville University’s Board of Trustees approved curriculum for a physician assistant (PA) program, approved a new dean for the school of education, and affirmed eight other new faculty members at its annual May meeting.
Allie and Drew Brandt

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Creative Spirit Merges Faith and Fun

2017 alumnus Drew Brandt found the perfect place and people where his faith and adventurous spirit could thrive.
Andrew Hile leading the 61 days through the Bible during the coronavirus pandemic

COVID-19 Spurs 61 Days Through the Bible

Three recent graduates are leading current students, parents, and others in Zoom study of whole Bible.
Rachel Hartley

COVID-19 Leads Nurse to Anchor in NYC

Rachel Hartley, a 2015 nursing graduate, sailed to New York City with her husband, Taylor.
Phillip Miller and family

The Moody Church Pastor has Local Roots

2004 alumnus Philip Miller will begin serving at the historic downtown Chicago church in July.
Mark Allan at WDTN and Dr. Mark Caleb Smith

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Breath of Fresh Air in Complicated World of Politics

Political science professor Mark Caleb Smith has become a media favorite because of his balanced insights.
Steve Norris giving coronavirus convalescent plasma

Alumnus is One of First COVID-19 Plasma Donors

2001 criminal justice graduate and 2020 Master of Ministry graduate Steve Norris recovered from the novel coronavirus and donated plasma to help others.
Virginia Walker holding 6-year-old Lili with her mom on the left and her dad on the right

The Congo Prepared Nurse for COVID-19

After graduating last year, Virginia Walker served at a 70-bed village hospital run by a missionary couple.
Brian Burns and family celebration of the class of 2020

Senior Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class

There were 826 undergraduate and graduate students earning 832 bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees during the special online celebration. Commencement will still be held Homecoming Weekend, October 2-3, with full regalia.
Dr. Justin Cole

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Professor Connects Pharmacy and Family

Dr. Justin Cole grew up in an extended family of pharmacists and loves to serve families.
Photo of campus overlooking the lake with the SSC and DMC in the background.

Board of Trustees Statement

Cedarville University Board of Trustees statement regarding termination of Anthony Moore.
Education majors meet with online mentor

Education Majors Ahead of the COVID-19 Learning Curve

Students pair up with online educators to learn how to teach in the virtual classroom.