Cutting-Edge Pharmacy Research
The Cedarville University School of Pharmacy aims to be at the forefront of research and innovation, and nothing conveys this dedication more than its Center for Pharmacy Innovation (CPI).
Colleagues, Students Remember Professor
In October of 2021, Cedarville University’s beloved professor and long-time pillar of the English department, Dr. Donald Deardorff, passed away unexpectedly. Two years later, the English department remembered his legacy with a tree-planting ceremony.
Serving the Homeless in LA
One can scarcely imagine the profound impact a small act of kindness can have on transforming lives. In the expansive canvas of southern California, a solitary gesture from an unexpected stranger has etched an enduring mark, especially in the life of Richard—a young soul forsaken by society, unfairly stigmatized as a drug addict, deemed undeserving of time or resources.
Learning to Fail--Fast
Entrepreneurship is often characterized by risk and failure. However, Cedarville University’s entrepreneurship minor seeks to teach students to utilize taking a risk and failing fast instead of fearing these characteristics.
Mentoring Students Cedarville Style
A year ago, during homecoming weekend, Carson Levenson sat down outside the Cedarville bookstore to avoid the crowd. Little did he know sitting at that table would change his life and his family’s lives for the better. Carson and his brother, Gable, are both junior cyber operations majors originally from Portsmouth, Rhode Island. When the pandemic hit, their family suffered financially, losing a family business at the same time their father needed a major operation.
Developing Mission-Focused Athletic Trainers
In our American culture where sports are so dominant, having qualified health leaders is essential for the safety of the athletes. Understanding this need, Cedarville University began its first cohort of the Master of Athletic Training program in 2022 to equip students to meet an increasing demand for athletic trainers nationwide.
New CUE School Mobilizing Entrepreneurs
Regardless of a professor’s teaching style, learning in a college classroom can often be traditional. Lectures followed by tests and quizzes. That will not be the case in the new CUE (Cedarville University Entrepreneurs) School within the Robert W. Plaster School of Business at Cedarville University.
A New Era for Student Entrepreneurship Organization
A cue is a call to action, and that is exactly the mentality the Cedarville University entrepreneurship organization, CUE, seeks to have.
Autonomous Ambulance Concepts Designed by Creative Students
Although the semester is just getting started, Cedarville University industrial and innovative design seniors have already wrapped up a five-week transportation design project with the aim to save lives.
"Walking in the Word" in Israel
Hiking over 80 miles in 12 days, Cedarville University's men’s basketball team completed an eye-opening mission trip this past summer in Israel.
Cedarville Students Win Global Essay Competition about Impacting Generation Z
When The Gospel Coalition launched a worldwide essay competition for young writers focusing on Gen Z this summer, two junior Cedarville University professional writing and information design (PWID) students boldly answered the call.
Election Essentials on Issue 1
This November, Ohio voters will decide if the Buckeye State will really stand for life. That’s because there is a constitutional amendment on the ballot that, if approved, will allow abortions to take place up to the birth of the child.