Cindy Hasselbring ’95 applied five times to NASA and was turned down every time. But those failures became career lessons as she made a giant leap from high school math teacher to STEM education policy advisor to the White House.
The first year at a new job is typically full of excitement, adjustments, and growth. But no one could have predicted the kind of first year that five recent graduates had adapting to the challenges brought on by a global health crisis.
Dr. Kevin Jones and Dr. Lori Ferguson are committed to helping their faculty members to continue discipling students so graduates are prepared to go to every city and every country as Great Commission educators.
Whether working in already-existing schools, serving alongside missionary families and church plants, or establishing new schools, Cedarville is preparing teachers to plant seeds among every tribe, language, and people.
Small Town Pharmacist Serving Big Needs of Patients
Whether it's little people or adults, Dr. Thaddeus Franz, vice-chair of experiential programs and associate professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University, became a pharmacist to serve people.
Family Literacy Night Happening “Under the Sea” and Over Zoom
Cedarville’s school of education will host Virtual Family Literacy Nights with a fun “Under the Sea” theme on March 9 for McKinley Elementary School in Xenia and March 16 for Cedar Cliff Elementary School.
Nearly 40% of Americans are likely not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This tendency, labeled vaccine hesitancy, will be the subject of a podcast by Cedarville University’s Center for Pharmacy Innovation (CPI).
Package Lockers Help Reduce Potential COVID Exposure
With 1,400 packages arriving on campus each day, long lines are bound to happen. During a pandemic, this was a dilemma that needed to be solved. And the post office staff thought outside the box for an answer.
Brandon Slifer has felt called to full-time vocational ministry for as long as he can remember. But serving as worship pastor at the church where he grew up was more than what he could have asked or imagined.
Hall of Fame Palliative Care Curriculum at Cedarville's School of Nursing
Cedarville University’s school of nursing is one of five nursing schools in the state of Ohio to win the 2019-2020 Hall of Fame award for its End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) curriculum.