From Cedarville to Capitol Hill: Mays' Path to Political Leadership
The political pipeline from Cedarville University to Washington, D.C. has brought another graduate from rural Ohio to the nation’s capital. This time, it’s Benjamin Mays, who recently began his career as a legislative correspondent for Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley.
On-ramp to Career Starts at Spring Fair
The largest spring career fair in Greene County took place Wednesday, Feb. 21, in the Doden Field House at Cedarville University. The event, which was free of charge and open to the public, included a record-setting 202 businesses and organizations seeking opportunities to hire their future employees.
Longing for Global Health Service
Combining health care with missions was the reason several students from Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy attended the 2023 Global Mission Health Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, this past November.
Former Supreme Court Clerk addresses Criminal Justice Reform
In a remarkable journey from accounting to advocacy, Matt Martens has defied the traditional narrative. Initially anticipating a career in law, Martens never envisioned becoming an author, let alone one recognized with awards.
From Snails to Tales
Katie Eubank began modeling with clay when she was 5 years old. Now, 17 years later, she has written, illustrated and published her first book — “Clover’s Crafty Day” — based on her most cherished clay creatures: snails.
Internship: The Intersection of Faith and Writing
Cedarville student Crissa Esse has combined her love of writing and biology for a highly anticipated summer internship with Answers in Genesis (AiG).
Gratitude: Theme of Largest Estate Gift
A heartfelt expression of gratitude from anonymous donors for the impact the university has had on their two children has led to a $6.14 million estate gift commitment for Cedarville University.
Dr. Pamela Diehl Johnson: Service above Self
Following the passing of Dr. Pamela Diehl Johnson, 75, on February 14, 2024, the longtime educator is remembered for her many roles and the lives she impacted at Cedarville University during her nearly 50-year tenure.
Student Dominates NSA Codebreaker Challenge
Not many people can say they have won a national championship. Kaicheng Ye, however, can claim winning the 2022 National Security Agency’s Codebreaker Challenge.
Dick Walker: A Life Well Lived
His legacy at Cedarville University is steeped in tradition and student life. Dick Walker worked at Cedarville University for 42 years — from 1970 to 2012 — but his work was more of a mission than a place to earn a paycheck.
A Humble Journey of Love
In the realm of social work, Melissa Brown faces the complexities of life head-on, witnessing struggles that occasionally touch her heart. Yet, it's her servant’s heart and unwavering faith in Jesus that serve as guiding lights, leading her to care for others through simple gestures — a conversation, a hug, or a prayer.
U.S. News: M.S.N. Among Ohio's Best
Academic quality can be measured in various ways, including by graduation rates, career placement statistics or national rankings. Cedarville University’s graduate nursing program passes all those parameters, including the U.S. News and World Report ranking that was released today.