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Public Relations

Stephanie Wu

Pharmacy Student Earns First Industry Fellowship

Stephanie Wu, a fourth-year professional pharmacy student from Peoria, Illinois, will graduate from Cedarville this May and then start her fellowship with Sanofi Genzyme.
Graduates tossing mortar boards in the air after 2019 Commencement

125th Annual Commencement Will Be In Person

Cedarville typically holds one commencement program for all of its graduate and undergraduate students, but this year, due to COVID-19 protocols, there will be three in-person programs.
Stack of schoolbooks with Bible on top

Reject, Redeem, Receive

The School of Education sends graduates into the world who have learned how to critically evaluate modern educational theories through a biblical worldview.
Education major working with three homeschool students

Helping Hand for Homeschoolers

Cedarville has a faithful and rich tradition of supporting homeschooling parents with events and classes that strengthen and reinforce their educational investment in their kids.
Dr. Kevin Jones and Dr. Lori Ferguson

Great Commission Educators

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.
Female student teacher

Go-Getters With Servant's Hearts Bless Local Schools

Go-getters. Hungry. Teachable. Humble. Supportive. Servants. Cedarville education majors are making quite an impression at local schools.
Student's hand placing pin on a map with a passport laying nearby

For the Nations

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.
Male student teacher

Cedarville Students Are In Demand

There is a growing teacher gap in the United States. But Cedarville education majors are poised to fill that gap in a career field they see as much more than a job - it's a calling.
Cindy Hasselbring

From Math Teacher to the White House

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.
Kylie Beste with student

What a First Year!

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. Thad Franz talking with a patient at Cedar Care Pharmacy

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.
Dr. Kevin Jones standing with a class outside

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Educator With A Missionary's Heart

It takes more than a worldwide health crisis to dampen the enthusiasm of Dr. Kevin Jones. Throughout this challenging year, he has continued to inspire the School of Education to new heights.