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

Cedarville News

Grace Gregory

Online Tutoring: An Academic and Social Lifeline

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.
A wood frog, a type of frog that survives being completely frozen during winter hibernation.

"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.
UV Sanitizing box and explanatory info card

UV Rays Sanitize Phones, Masks, and More

School of Pharmacy professors wanted to test how useful a public ultraviolet sanitizing station would be for the general public.
Students and professionals in the human services fields attending the 2021 Inaugural ACHHS Conference.

Equipping Christian Human Service Professionals

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.
Jeff and Criss Reep with their sons, two of them in uniform, a few years ago

Cedarville Stories Podcast: God's Safe Keeping

Jeff and Criss have five sons, four of whom have served or are currently serving with the U.S. Armed Forces.
Dr. Murray Murdoch teaching in a class

Dr. Murray Murdoch Retiring After 56 Years

Dr. J. Murray Murdoch, distinguished professor of history and government, began his long and impactful career at Cedarville University in 1965.
Six female students standing in front of the decorations in the Stevens Student Center.

Campus Activity Board Deck…orating the Halls

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.
Dr. Mark Owens and Dr. Kevin Jones speaking in a chapel panel discussion.

Professors Present Research on Biblical Racial Reconciliation

Dr. Kevin Jones and Dr. Mark Owens will present their research based on the book of Colossians at the three-day Evangelical Theological Society Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, on November 18.
ROTC Ranger unit after they won the challenge at Fort Knox

ROTC Ranger Team Victorious; West Point Is Next

Cedarville students who are members of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at Central State defeated the largest schools in the Midwest at the 7th Brigade Rangers Challenge.
Dr. Ken Blood, associate professor of athletic training, shows how The Anatomage Table will provide a new and innovative way to learn human anatomy.

Human Cadaver Study Goes High Tech

Starting next spring, students in Cedarville University’s school of allied health will have access to a new interactive device that will allow them to understand the human body in a digital way.
Dr. Brenda Pahl

NIH Study to Reduce Opioid Deaths in Greene County

Cedarville University professor Dr. Brenda Pahl has been working as part of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program studying the opioid crisis.
Student Business Spotlights Military Suicide Prevention

Student Business Spotlights Military Suicide Prevention

The tragedy of military suicide is all too familiar to Joshua Johnson, a junior management major and member of the Ohio Air National Guard.
Dr. Michael Firmin teaching class

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.
Military honor guard at a past Veterans Day chapel.

Military Service Members Honored at Veterans Day Chapel

Cedarville University will host a special Veterans Day chapel on Thursday, Nov. 11, at 10 a.m. in the Dixon Ministry Center to recognize and honor veterans.
Professor Patrick Dudenhofer instructs students in the cyber lab

Cybersecurity: Our Generation's Cold War

The panel will be hosted by Dr. Seth Hamman, associate professor of cyber operations, with American Enterprise Institute scholar Klon Kitchen and Dr. Richard Harknett participating.
Ankit Pandav from his time in the National Guard.

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.
K9s at the Ville members cuddling 4 Paws puppies

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.
Dr. Justin Coby during the Cedar Care meet and greet

Cedarville Stories Podcast: The Right Chemistry

For Dr. Justin Coby, chemistry is a big reason he currently serves as Director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy.
Founders Hall in the spring.

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.
Dr. Robert Clark swings the bat during the cricket match.

History Between the Wickets: Students Learn Cricket

Dr. Glen Duerr, associate professor of international studies, teaches cricket as a part of his History and Politics of the British Isles and Canada course.