One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
Cedarville professor Dr. Mark Caleb Smith on a television newscast.

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Nearly 20 years since they lived in Printy Hall as residence directors, the Atwells smile with their daughter, Kylie, who is currently living in Printy Hall for the second time, now as an undergraduate student.

Residence Directors’ Kids Back Where They Started

Four freshmen in the class of 2025 are no strangers to university living. In fact, their parents served as Cedarville residence directors nearly two decades ago.
Dr. Don Deardorff teaching in class.

Remembering Beloved English Professor Dr. Donald Deardorff

Dr. Deardorff’s family is inviting friends to join them for a memorial service in his honor at 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 6, at Dayton Avenue Baptist Church, 1121 Dayton Ave., Xenia, Ohio. A visitation will precede the service from 9:30-11 a.m.
Cindy Hasselbring at the Mary W. Jackson NASA Headquarters

Alumna Moonwalking Over New NASA Job

1995 alumna Cindy Hasselbring is living her childhood dream as an educational advocate with NASA’s NextGen STEM team.
Kim Ahlgrim during the Cedarville Stories podcast

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Walking Grace Space

Kim Ahlgrim is a living, breathing conduit of grace. As director of The Cove, Cedarville’s academic enrichment center, her success comes from helping others succeed.
Dr. Bryan Chapell

Pastor Lunch with Author, Former Seminary President

Dr. Bryan Chapell, president emeritus of Covenant Theological Seminary in Creve Coeur, Missouri, will speak in Jeremiah Chapel on November 2-3.
A nursing faculty supervises a nursing student administering a flu vaccine shot

Nursing Students Administer Flu Vaccines to Classmates

Cedarville University’s junior and senior nursing students will gain valuable experience and serve their fellow nursing students by administering flu vaccines on October 29.
Zoe Zimmerman working on her laptop in the Wiersbe Library

Changed Mentor: “I Was the Middle School Bully”

Cedarville University junior Zoe Zimmerman is using what mentors taught her to invest in middle school students through a local mentorship program.
Dr. Sharon Cooper teaching virtually

Seeking A Connection Between Protein Mutations and Epilepsy

Dr. Sharon Cooper's findings were recently published online in the research journal, “Structure.”
Bryan and Arielle Wenig share a congratulatory hug at the end of the race.

Father and Daughter Race Against Time, Fulfill Marathon Dream

For Cedarville University senior Arielle Wenig, running her first marathon this fall was more than a personal accomplishment. It was the completion of a father-daughter dream.
Dr. Will Smallwood, Vice President for Advancement

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Leader of An Historic Campaign

Will Smallwood is no stranger to a big challenge. He was recently named the new Vice President for Advancement. His first task? Lead the university’s $125 million One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for Cedarville.
Members of the NASA contest team

Engineering Team Shoots for the Stars in NASA Contest

Students from the Cedarville University School of Engineering and Computer Science have designed automobiles, planes, and boats for competitions. At the 2022 NASA Student Launch in April 2022, they will add rockets to the list.
Dr. White giving his State of the University address on October 1, 2021

Standing Ovation for the Lord: Relive the Historic State of the University Announcement

Jeremiah Chapel was humming on October 1 as students, faculty, staff, and alumni awaited the historic announcement promised to be part of the annual State of the University address.
Dr. Justin Coby, director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy, holding a box of monoclonal antibodies

Cedar Care Village Pharmacy Offering Monoclonal Antibodies

Cedar Care has already begun to administer the antibodies by appointment at its downtown Cedarville location on 63 N. Main Street, which is open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.
Two female students and two male students recognize Wear Purple Day 2020

Wear Purple Day Spotlights Domestic Violence

The Wear Purple Day event is one of many ways that Shannon Berkheiser, Cedarville University’s Title IX coordinator, is attempting to shine a light on domestic violence this October.
Dr. Rocco Rotello working in the pharmacy lab

Pharmacy Professor Conducts COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Research

Dr. Rocco Rotello, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences, is conducting research regarding the longevity of protein production from the synthetic mRNA injected during vaccination.
Homeschoolers learn from professional pharmacy students in 2018

Cedarville Partners with Christian Home Educators of Ohio

Nearly 25% of Cedarville University undergraduate students come from home-education backgrounds.
Cybersecurity senior students Aidan Graef, Madeline Chairvolotti, and Aaron Campbell

Department of Defense Awards Full-Ride Scholarships to Cybersecurity Students

Along with tuition costs, students receive a $25,000 stipend, a $1,500 laptop, and all of their course fees and textbooks are also covered.
Worship students gather for a photo op with assistant professor of worship Susan Plemons far right

Worship Students Serve Their Music Heros During Dove Awards

Moving from on stage to behind the curtain, 16 Cedarville worship majors will volunteer at the 52nd annual Dove Awards on October 19.
Artist's rendering of new Yellow Jackets team room

New Team Room Will Transform The Student-Athlete Experience

The team room is part of a larger planned $8 million expansion of athletic and academic facilities at the Callan Athletic Center, which is one piece of One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for Cedarville (
Director of campus safety Bruce Upchurch

Cedarville Stories Podcast: A Sheepdog Feeding on the Word

Bruce Upchurch, Cedarville’s new director of campus security, knows that to be God's servant, it’s important that he stay grounded in his relationship with God, which requires grounding in the Scriptures.