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

Cedarville News

Grace Norman is heading to Tokyo for the 2021 Paralympics

Grace Norman is Heading for Tokyo!

Grace Norman, a 2020 nursing graduate, will represent the United States of America at the 2021 Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan, which are taking place from August 24 to September 5.
Captain Seth Johnson

Same Orders, Different Uniform: Pastor Joins Air National Guard

Capt. Seth Johnson, a 1996 graduate of Cedarville University, recently entered a new phase of ministry, transitioning from a church pulpit where he served 20 years to chaplain in the Connecticut Air National Guard.
Mark Weinstein and Frank Jenista

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Worldwide Worldview

This week from the Cedarville Stories podcast archives, we are reintroduced to a man who transformed Cedarville’s international studies program.
United Nations flags

Model UN Prepares Students for Foreign Service

The future is bright for Cedarville’s model U.N. team and the university graduates who spent time on the team.
Dr. Mark Gathany looking at a small fish netted from Massie Creek

EPA Certification Now Part of Environmental Science Course

For the first time, students in Dr. Mark Gathany's Environment: Science, Sustainability and Stewardship course received an official Watershed Management Training Certificate from the EPA.
Three students ascending the climbing wall in the Fitness Center

Scaling the Heights: Ranking Places Cedarville Among Top Three Christian Colleges

Cedarville was recognized as the third-best Christian college in the U.S. in a spring report by College Consensus.
Caleb Booth and Mackenzie Davies

Professor Proposal: Faculty Members Tying the Knot June 28

All educators know that the first year of teaching is the hardest. But for two recent Cedarville University hires, that first-year struggle has also come with a life-changing perk.
Heidi Bruder at Yoda

Cedarville Stories Repodcast: Delighted by God's Undisguised Love

During virtual lessons last year, 2003 alumna Heidi Bruder kept her students at Calvary Christian Academy learning with a creative and engaging approach.
Female student teacher talking with a student

Pearls of Classroom Wisdom: Book Offers Insight for New and Experienced Teachers

The School of Education is slated to release its first-ever pedagogy quote book, a compilation of wisdom about teaching and educational philosophy from faculty and staff.
Chris Cross and Alan Geist

Back to the Future: Geist Steps Down as AD; Returns to Classroom

Dr. Alan Geist is stepping down effective June 30, 2021, and will return to the classroom as associate professor of sport business management. Chris Cross, assistant athletic director for compliance and operations, will serve as interim AD.
Female pianist accompanying a female soloist

Worship Culture Creates Songwriting Minor

The new songwriting minor will be offered this fall and include seven classes, four of which are new classes to the music and worship department specifically created for the minor.
Dr. Beth Delaney leading a team exercise in the sim lab

Simulation Center Upgrade Will Facilitate Collaboration

The Health Sciences High Fidelity Simulation Center is getting an upgrade this summer to enable greater health care program collaboration within the university.
Female engineer doing math problem

Encouraging Women in STEM: Cedarville Students Win Scholarships

Mikayla Morris, a first-year professional pharmacy, and Rebekah Porter, an incoming freshman electrical engineering student, were both recently awarded the Horizons STEM Scholarship by the Greater Ohio Valley chapter of Women in Defense (WID).
Dan Michalski competing in steeplechase at the 2015 G-MAC Championships

Cedarville Stories Podcast: (Steeple) Chasing His Olympic Dreams

Next Monday, June 21, 2018 alumnus Daniel Michalski will compete at the U.S. Olympic Team steeplechase prelims for a chance to represent the Red, White, and Blue in Tokyo this summer.
Engineering students pilot boats

Solar Splash is Back: Cedarville Wins Endurance Competition, Places Second Overall

The four-day competition, held at Champion Lake in Springfield June 8-12, featured boats from nine U.S.-based colleges and universities. Cedarville has won the competition in 12 of the 27 years.
James Barber (second from left) with his ROTC unit

2021 Graduate is ROTC Cadet of the Year

James Barber, a 2021 Cedarville University graduate in accounting, has been changed in the way he views leadership by the servant-leader example of Christ.
Cedarville female student laughing and talking with girl

Middle School Ministry Adapts to COVID-19, Looks Toward Fall

Cedarville University students involved with a middle school ministry of the Miami Valley Women's Center found new ways to connect with students this school year but are looking forward to a hoped-for return to normal this fall.
People talking in a church building

The Real Deal: Master of Ministry Highly Ranked for Practical Experience

Cedarville University's Master of Ministry program is known for its academic rigor and preparation for ministry opportunities. And, now, Intelligent.com has named Cedarville’s Master of Ministry program the “Best for Real-World Experience.”
Christina Kirkpatrick Gay on graduation day from the University of Chicago School of Law

Supreme Achievement: Alumna Clerking for the Chief Justice

Cedarville 2017 alumna Christina Kirkpatrick Gay will begin a yearlong clerkship in July with Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John Roberts.
Dr. Angie Mickle during the recording of the Cedarville Stories podcast

Cedarville Stories Repodcast: Still Standing on The Rock Through a Wave of Trials

This week on the Cedarville Stories podcast, we revisit the powerful story of Dr. Angie Mickle who withstood a tsunami of trials that rocked her faith but instead of sinking in sand, her faith stayed strong on The Rock.