Indiana Pastor to Speak at Cedarville’s Fall Bible Conference
August 17, 2022—The start of Cedarville University’s 2022-23 academic year will begin with the annual Fall Bible Conference, August 22-25 in the Dixon Ministry Center. The conference is open to the public and free of charge.
$7.5 Million Duane Wood Residence Hall Ready for Students
August 15, 2022—In anticipation of the high number of residential students, the university built Wood Hall last year, and the new $7.5 million residence hall will be dedicated on Friday, Aug. 12, at 2 p.m. Students will begin moving into the new residence hall one week later.
Miracles and Compassionate Hearts
August 12, 2022—It was a Wednesday night church service that changed the trajectory of 8-year-old Echo Vanderwal’s life. After hearing missionaries share about the healthcare they provided for the underprivileged in the Congo, Echo knew she was called to medical missions overseas.
Life-Saving Measures Gives Guatemalan New Life
August 11, 2022—While on a medical mission trip to Guatemala with Cedarville University’s Global Outreach department, nursing alumna Kelly Weeks helped keep a man alive for 90 minutes following a brutal machete injury, leading to saving more than just his earthly life.
"Community" Gives Life-Saving Action
August 10, 2022—Swift reactions and execution are key factors in winning a tennis match, but for Dr. John Vitaliti, an anesthesiologist, it also made the difference in saving his friend Abraham Awabdy’s life when he fell into cardiac arrest.
New Callan Athletic and Academic Expansion Facility Opens
August 8, 2022—Sixteen months after Cedarville University broke ground on the $8 million Callan athletic and academic expansion, the university officially opened the facility with a dedication ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Defying the American Dream
August 4, 2022—When Stuart Li enrolled at Cedarville University, he had his career path laid out in his mind. He was going to be a leader in the financial sector, helping others effectively manage their money and build a nice nest egg for himself.
More Than Just Basketball
August 2, 2022—On the surface, they were connected by their love of sports, particularly, basketball. But their relationship goes much deeper than coaching or playing a sport.
Transforming on Tour
July 21, 2022—Taking “transformed” to heart, a high school student who attended Cedarville University’s Transformed Tour at Grace Baptist Church in Cedarville, Ohio, on March 25 has given his life to Christ, demonstrating the power of the Gospel to change lives.
Managing Multi-Language Classroom Motivates Start of New ESL Program
July 19, 2022—Developing a new English as a second language (ESL) program was never what she had in mind, but Ashleigh Stout is proving that the most foreign experiences can oftentimes be the most fulfilling.
"God Will Help Paul Speak"
July 14, 2022—As a young boy, Paul Miller lived in fear. Initially, it was a fear of death. Not necessarily his own death but the death of his parents because he was unsure of what came after death and he didn’t want to live alone. This fear led to Paul accepting Christ as his Savior.
Yellow Jackets’ Success Begins in the Classroom
July 12, 2022—Cedarville University continues to make its mark in NCAA Division II athletics on the field of competition, and even more so in the classroom.
Cedarville Finishes Among “Power 5” teams at Research Challenge
July 12, 2022—A team of students from Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy placed third in the 2022 American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Clinical Research Challenge (CRC). In total, 82 universities competed in the clinical research competition.
Samaritan's Purse Partners with Civil Engineering Projects
July 11, 2022—The first graduating cohort of Cedarville University’s civil engineering program completed senior design projects, including partnerships with Design Outreach and Samaritan’s Purse, focused on creating prototypes of service applications for international use.
Dealing with Personal Grief
July 8, 2022—If you live long enough, you are bound to experience some level of grief. It’s inevitable.
Winning on Autopilot for Cedarville Engineers
July 5, 2022—A team of Cedarville University engineering students navigated its way to first place in the Autonomous Vehicle category at the 29th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition June 3-6 in Rochester, Michigan. The victorious team finished in the Auto-Nav Challenge in 5:05 to win the $3,000 prize.
Transformed. Tour Exceeds Expectations
July 1, 2022—For Ben Johnson and Carissa Johnson — no relation — this summer was a transformational period in their lives as they traveled across the United States singing and worshiping as part of the University’s first-ever Transformational Tour.
A Busy Summer on Campus
July 1, 2022—School is out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean Cedarville University’s campus is quiet.
SOCHE Honors Keith Shomper With Excellence Award
July 1, 2022—The Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) has named Cedarville University’s Dr. Keith Shomper, professor of computer science and cyber operations, as one of its Excellence Award recipients for July 2021.
Unique Partnership Prepares Students for College Experience
June 29, 2022—A partnership between Cedarville University and Legacy Christian Academy will offer Legacy students rigorous college-level courses without leaving the Legacy campus. The credits earned through the program can be used toward both high school and college graduation.
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