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

Cedarville News

Student sitting on the campus grass and reading a book

Summer Reading List

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.
Dr. Chris Miller teaching OT Literature on a TV screen

Bible Minor, Major Growth

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.
IID students working on foam and clay car model

Investing in the Next Generation of Inventors

Cedarville University’s Industrial and Innovative Design majors at the Columbus-based International Center for Creativity are serving as judges and mentors for the Ohio Invention Convention.
Professor Mark Klimek talking with a student on his laptop computer

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.
Carson Gehman records data about water quality from a local stream

Scholar of the Great Outdoors

Carson Gehman, a Cedarville University junior biology major from Hot Springs, South Dakota, was awarded a $5,100 scholarship to the Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies for the summer.
Rebekah Williams, a 2019 Cedarville University graduate, student teaches at an elementary school.

New Courses Teach Multisensory Approach for Struggling Readers

The two new electives will be offered in the fall of 2021 and spring of 2022.
Tim Abel serving as a doorman with his wife Tammy (center in red) and her parents, Ron and Patricia Parsons

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Servanthood Lessons From A Doorman to the Stars

For Tim Abel, Cedarville event manager, one of the most important laboratories for learning servanthood happened on Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago.
Jared Vega administering the COVID vaccine at a University Hospital clinic in Cleveland, Ohio

Pharmacy Alum Promotes Postgraduate Education

Cedarville University 2020 pharmacy graduate Dr. Jared Vega has been accepted into the American College of Clinical Pharmacy’s (ACCP) National Resident Advisory Committee.
Resonance Gold performing at Clifton Mill

With Music Videos, Now Is The Time to Worship

Cedarville’s worship bands Resonance and Rekindle, as well as the mixed ensemble Jubilate, have produced music videos to inspire praise and thanksgiving.
Student walking past daffodils with Cedar Lake, Dixon Ministry Center and the School of Biblical and Theological Studies in the background

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.
Pharmacy student serving a customer at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

100% Pharmacy Year Two Residency Match Rate

Residency placements included Yale Health, MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Mayo Clinic, and the Cleveland Clinic, among many others.
Hannah Abel

Legally Blind Social Work Major Seeks to Serve

Social work majors seek to bear others’ emotional burdens, but for sophomore Hannah Abel, she has an added difficulty to navigate: her sight.
David Ward

Alumnus Photographer Featured on "Good Morning America"

David Ward, a 2019 Cedarville grad, captured the images for 8Up, a rooftop restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, which attracted media attention for its socially distanced dining pop-up igloos.
Diane and Paul Mitchell

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Toolbox Is His Altar

As much as he loves tapping into his plumbing expertise, Paul Mitchell’s heart ultimately is for living water.
Jacob and Tim Veenstra

Research in the Genes: Father and Son Appear in Same Journal

Research biology journal "Proteomics" features Dr. Tim Veenstra, associate professor of pharmaceutical science, and his son, Jacob in separate articles.
Addison and Mariah Love

Blissful Reunion: Military Couple Serving Together After 15 Months Apart

Addison and Mariah Love are now serving together in the U.S. Army at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas.
Undergraduate students marching into Doden Field House in two columns

Commencement 2021!

Enjoy the commencement celebration and hear from our graduating seniors about the way they were transformed during their 1,000 days at Cedarville!
Alyx Vissing

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.
Three students prepared for Commencement 2021

892 Graduates Conferred Degrees in Special Commencement Programs

754 undergraduates and 138 graduate students received degrees during three religious Commencement programs April 30-May 1, and 234 members of the class of 2020 were recognized.
Missions team for Clarkston, Georgia trip

Students Serve the Nations in Clarkston, Georgia

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.