When the country went into lockdown because of COVID-19 in March 2020, The Cove, Cedarville’s academic enrichment center, was ready to provide extra care and help through a new service at the time: online tutoring.
"Ribbiting" Research: Frozen Frogs and Nerve Degeneration
Can frogs help scientists better understand how to delay nerve degeneration? Three professors from Cedarville University’s school of pharmacy and department of science and mathematics are coming together to try to answer that question.
The first conference of the Association of Christians in Health and Human Services (ACHHS) was held this fall. The organization was co-founded by Dr. Michael Sherr, chair of Cedarville University's social work department.
On Friday, Cedarville’s campus activity board will transform Stevens Student Center, the Dixon Ministry Center Lobby, the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies, and Chick-fil-A into a winter wonderland.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Remembering Dr. Michael Firmin, One Year Later
Last year on October 27, we lost a dedicated professor and dear friend, Dr. Michael Firmin, Distinguished Professor of Psychology. We remember him again through this podcast, recorded just 12 days before his passing.
Afghanistan Veteran Serves as Dayton VA Pharmacist
Ankit Pandav served the United States at home and in Afghanistan. Pandav, a 2019 Cedarville University graduate, will begin his career as an outpatient pharmacist on November 15 at the Dayton VA Medical Center.
Puppies, Prizes and Pizza: Pupperoni Night Returns Nov. 12
K9s at the Ville will host its annual fundraising event, which is open to both students and the public, in the Stevens Students Center event rooms from 6-8 p.m. Tickets cost $5 in advance at SSC tables or $8 at the door.
Donor Pushes Cedarville’s Campaign Closer to $100 Million
An anonymous donor has committed $2 million to the One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for Cedarville campaign. This gift, along with recent commitments of an additional $641,818, raises the campaign total to $98.2 million.