During this Season for Growth, consider picking up one of these titles written or recommended by our Cedarville faculty to grow in grace, godly wisdom, your love of the Word, and your relationship with the Lord.
Two years ago, Cedarville began making available for free the Old Testament Literature class taught by Chris Miller, later adding Theology 1 and 2. God is using these videos to grow the faith of individuals, small groups, and Sunday school classes.
Passing the Test: Nationally Recognized NCLEX Review Professor Retires
After 37 years, Professor Mark Klimek retired from Cedarville, leaving his mark on countless students and establishing a national reputation for his National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) review resources.
New Graduate Program, Faculty Hires Highlight Trustees Meeting
At last week’s board of trustees meeting, board members approved a new graduate program and four new faculty members, reviewed artist renderings for the proposed Lorne Scharnberg Business Center, and endorsed a $2,000 bonus for all full-time employees.
Internship That Almost Wasn't Is Now Full-Time Position After Graduation
Alyx Vissing, who just graduated from Cedarville this past weekend with a bachelor's degree in broadcasting, digital media, and journalism, will be working as a full-time missionary with Trans World Radio's Women of Hope ministry.
From May 2-9, Dr. Thad Franz, vice-chair of experiential programs in the School of Pharmacy, and N.D. Nguyen, a first-year graduate student in pharmacy, will lead a team of students to serve refugees from more than 40 nations.