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.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Biblical Integrity From Generation to Generation
Using athletics to share the Gospel. Pointing to Jesus in a small-group ministry. Around the globe on missions. Disciple-making. Christian education. Shaun and Diane Hannay’s life reflects the values and priorities they learned at Cedarville.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Surgery Transforms His Future
Dr. Bill Ragle is not the same man he was a year ago. From a life of debilitating tremors and uncontrollable muscle spasms to a level of normalcy he hasn’t known in eight years, it’s not a stretch to say Bill is living a miracle.
The plan for Fall Semester 2021 includes a return to typical pre-pandemic activities, including the university’s Fall Bible Conference, homecoming, fall sports, study abroad, Global Outreach, plus fall break.
Faculty to be recognized include Dr. Dennis Flentge, senior professor of chemistry; Mark Klimek, associate professor of nursing; Dr. Bill Ragle, professor of finance; and Linda Cave, assistant professor of nursing; and former nursing faculty member, Connie Ford.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Met by Christ in Her Despair
Certain dates carry powerful significance. For Gerry Walquist, December 30, 2013, is one of those days, with a bullet point. That's because, nearly eight years ago on the eve of New Year’s Eve, Gerry’s world was turned upside down.