"Love Your Melon" Brings Students Against Pediatric Cancer
Cedarville University students Meghan Strickling, Briana Elias, and Dacia Pearson generate awareness for the Love Your Melon campaign.
Liberal Arts Major Experiences
Exploring 10 European countries while completing a 15-credit-hour course may be the highlight to Austin Macnamara’s time as a student at Cedarville University.
The “Amazing” Grace: From Rural Ohio to Olympic Gold
The Olympics might be over, but Grace Norman’s story continues to capture the attention of inspired followers of the Paralympic gold and bronze medalist from rural Ohio.
New Wheels for Cedarville Yellow Jackets
Cedarville University student-athletes will travel more cost effectively and securely this year after the university purchased two 40-seat busses. The new vehicles arrived in late August and have already been used by athletic teams.
Mistbox Technology Created by Cedarville Engineers
In just one year, a pair of Cedarville University alumni have seen their startup company reach new heights. Andrew Parks and Josh Teekell, 2007 mechanical engineering graduates and developers of Mistbox, signed an agreement with Lowe’s to sell their product.
Back-to-Back World Titles for Cedarville Solar Boat Team
For the second consecutive year, Cedarville University’s solar splash team was crowned world champions at the 22nd annual World Solar Splash competition. The event was held June 15-19 at Dayton’s Eastwood MetroPark.
Solar Boat Team Gets VIP Treatment
Cedarville University engineering students receive a private tour of Impulse 2 at Dayton International Airport on Sunday. Pictured with the students are Vanja Megevand, far left, tour guide and Gregory Blatt, far right, managing director for Solar Impulse and the "third pilot."
Cybersecurity Track Adds to Computer Science Offerings
As cybercrimes become increasingly more common and sophisticated, Cedarville University is responding by adding a cybersecurity track to its computer science major. The new track is based on five core courses that will equip students to better respond to the growing cyberattacks.
Draime Earns First Academic Fellowship Of Its Kind
Just weeks after graduating its inaugural class, the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy will launch a new initiative when Juanita Draime (Vandalia, Ohio), a member of the class of 2016, begins Cedarville’s first academic fellowship.
Super-Mileage Team Shines at Eco-Marathon
The Shell Eco-Marathon challenges students to design, build and drive ultra-energy-efficient vehicles.
Art Student Honored by AICUO
Claire Harvey, a senior studio art major from Cedarville University, has been recognized by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) for her work in visual arts.
Industrial Design Students Envision Future Honda Cars
Honda R&D Americas, Inc. has turned to Cedarville University’s Industrial and Innovative Design program to help visualize the design and function of future Honda and Acura models as far away 2030.
ESPN’s Chris Broussard to Speak in Chapel
Chris Broussard, one of ESPN’s top NBA analysts, will speak at Cedarville University’s chapel service at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 16, in the Jeremiah Chapel.
Mortensen Named International Steinway Artist
John Mortensen, D.M.A., professor of piano at Cedarville University‚ has been named an International Steinway Artist by the legendary piano maker Steinway & Sons.
Protein Research Aims to Innovate Biology
A group of student researchers at Cedarville University are hoping their recent work will prove to be innovative in the field of biological sciences.
Heritage Foundation’s Marshall at Cedarville University
Jennifer Marshall, a sought-after political researcher and vice president of The Heritage Foundation, will speak at Cedarville University on Thursday, Feb. 11 in the Jeremiah Chapel.
Long Named APhA Student Leader
Third-year professional pharmacy student Jordan Long (Chillicothe, Ohio) of Cedarville University is one out of just four pharmacy students from across the nation to be chosen for the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Student Leadership Award.
Pharmacy Students Win Ohio SSHP Championship
Two teams of students from Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy took home first place in two different events at the Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists 12th Annual All-Ohio Residency Showcase Competition in Columbus on October 24.
Chapel App Comes to Apple TV
When users of the updated Apple TV unpack their new gadget and connect it to their TV they’ll be impressed by the many new features available. One of the new apps is the Cedarville Chapel app.
Worship Leader Ranks Cedarville Among "Best of the Best"
Cedarville University’s worship program has been honored as one of the top college and university worship education programs by Worship Leader magazine.
Students Meeting Needs of Underserved in Dayton
“The 937” is an SGA initiative to support Target Dayton and Shoes for the Shoeless. Both organizations reside in the 937 area code, the reason behind the project’s name.
Love Triumphs over Racism in Woodlawn
The movie, directed and produced by Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin, includes the work of several Cedarville University graduates.
Humility, Faith in Christ Leads Surgeon to “Save” Young Boy
Dr. Ben Carson visits with Adam Brandt in his hospital bed at Johns Hopkins. He is joined by Adam's mom, Ruth Brandt. Adam, now a senior admissions counselor for Cedarville University in Ohio, was five years of age at the time of the brain surgery that saved his life.
Foster Care Student Receives Scholarship
Since 2013, Cedarville University has provided a full-tuition scholarship to a student who has come through the foster system in Ohio. Luke Combs, of Springfield, is the recipient this year and expects to major in ministry.
Another Record Enrollment for Cedarville University
Cedarville University posted its ninth consecutive record enrollment.
Yellow Jacket Now Flies Over Cedarville University Campus
For the first time in Cedarville University's 128-year history, the Yellow Jacket can now be seen flying over the campus.
Flying at 7Gs with the Air Force
As a media aircrew analyst, Jonathan Case rides in the cockpit of a U.S. Air Force F-16 fighter jet, taking photos and video during test runs of the F-22 and F-35 aircraft as part of a joint effort by the Air Force and defense industry giant Lockheed Martin.
Published Theologian Joins Bible Faculty
Gifted theologian and author Christopher R. Bruno, Ph.D. will join the Cedarville University as assistant professor of Bible and theology in the fall.
Robotics Team Wins Third-Straight ASEE Competition
A team of freshmen and sophomore engineering students from Cedarville University completed a three-peat in the Autonomous Robotics Competition at the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference in Seattle this week.
Engineering Students Claim 8th World Solar Splash Championship
The 2015 World Solar Splash championship returned to the Miami Valley as Cedarville University won the competition with an impressive 932.44 score (out of 1,000 points) over the four-day event.
Cedarville Awarded Best Model U.N. Team
The Cedarville team claimed the “Outstanding Delegation” award at the National Model United Nations (U.N.) conference held in New York March 29-April 2.
Engineering Students Set for "Showdown in Motown" with Supermileage Cars
A student engineering team from Cedarville University will compete in the 2015 Shell Eco-marathon in Detroit, Michigan, April 9-12.
Urban Concept Car on Display at Detroit Auto Show
Eight of Cedarville University's school of engineering and computer science students will demonstrate the urban concept car, “Urbie,” during media day at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Engineering Professor Nets Dayton Carver’s Guild Awards
Jay Kinsinger, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, received four awards at the Artistry in Wood Show in Dayton in November 2014.
Nursing Program Ranked Among Nation’s Best
Cedarville University’s online Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) is one of the highest-ranked programs in the nation, according to SmartChoice’s Super Scholar rankings.
High School Students Invited to CU Friday
Cedarville University invites high school students and their families to experience life on campus at a CU Friday on March 28.
Concert Celebrates Restored Piano and Restored Lives
An Erard piano built in Paris in the 1870s was donated to Cedarville from this abandoned home in Springfield. Both the house and the piano are now restored, prompting the musical celebration to be held March 21.
Arts Madness: A Celebration of the Arts
Cedarville University’s Department of Music and Worship presents Arts Madness, a celebration of the arts, which begins with a Pops Concert on March 28.
Student Athlete Lands Job with Quintana Roo
Cedarville student and athlete Greg Johnson has been hired as triathlon equipment company Quintana Roo’s social media coordinator.
Brass Quintet to Perform at Cedarville
The Carillon Brass will perform at Cedarville on March 14 in a free Bach’s Lunch concert.
Wooden Bikes Present Capstone Challenge for Engineering Students
Senior engineering students Jake Miller, David Yoder and Gerrit Start work on wooden bike frames for their capstone team project at Cedarville University.
Cedarville Donates Snowflakes to Sandy Hook Elementary
Cedarville University sent nearly 1,100 hand-made paper snowflakes to support the survivors of the Dec. 14, 2012, shooting that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
Dyson Named to Director of Intercultural Leadership Position
Gregory Dyson has been named the Director of Intercultural Leadership at Cedarville University.
Watercolor artist Chuck Clevenger created several new paintings on location to accompany pieces of classical music for his February 22, 2014, concert.
National Champion Speech Team
Cedarville’s speech team won the 2014 Division II National Championship.
Accounting Graduates Achieve Highest Pass Rate in Ohio
Cedarville University accounting graduates had the highest pass rate for the Certified Public Accountant exam in Ohio.
Design Student Honored In HOW Magazine
A Cedarville Graphic Design student earns recognition in well-known design magazine, HOW magazine.
Student Chosen to Represent G-MAC on a National Level
Laura Farleman competes in a recent track meet at Cedarville University.
Historic Wrigley Field Logo Unveiling at Cubs' Home Opener
The Chicago Cubs will unveil the 100th anniversary logo of Wrigley Field when it opens the 2014 home season. The logo was designed by Brandon Ort, a 2007 Cedarville University graduate.
“Unwrapping the Bitter Truth” on Child Labor in Cocoa Industry
Cedarville’s social work department is hosting its 10th annual community night on April 8. This year’s topic is child labor in the cocoa industry.
Student Pharmacists Do Medication Reconciliation
Cedarville University School of Pharmacy students have been working in medication reconciliation at local medical institutions.
Cedarville Students Participate in a Real-World Trading Competition
A team of four Cedarville students participated in the Third US University Trading Challenge in New York City.
Cedarville Model U.N. Team Achieves Record Success
Cedarville University’s Model United Nations team earned the second place team award of “Distinguished Delegation” at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference last week in New York City.
Cedarville’s Partnership with SBACS “bridges gap” in Christian Education
Cedarville President Thomas White, left, stands with SBACS Scholarship recipients Rachel Williams from High Point Christian Academy, and Victoria Stearns from Naples, FL, and Ed Gamble from the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools.
Building Fuel-Efficient Vehicles is Goal of Cedarville Engineers
Cedarville will be competing at the Race of the Americas on April 25-27 in Houston, Texas.
New Ultimate Frisbee Team Competes in National Tournament Series
Cedarville’s Ultimate Frisbee team celebrates victory after “The Sting” tournament, which they hosted at Cedarville to raise funds for USA Ultimate’s national tournament series.
Playing for Make-A-Wish Foundation, Cedarville Students Compete on the American Bible Challenge
The upcoming season of the “American Bible Challenge” includes a team of three Cedarville students who are competing on the show this summer.
School of Pharmacy Serves the Underserved
Members of the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy are working to serve the underserved in many ways both domestic and abroad.
Geology Students Assist with New Allosaurus Exhibit at Creation Museum
Dr. Whitmore brought seven advanced geology students from Cedarville to help investigate the dinosaur bones collection site
Athletic Trainer Competes in Half Ironman World Championship
Hannah Stedge bikes 56 miles through the Mount-Tremblant Mountains at the Half Ironman World Championships
Drone Research Part of Remote Intelligence Work at Cedarville University
Cedarville geology and geoscience students are working on two senior projects using an Unmanned Aerial System(UAS), or a drone, as part of a partnership with Remote Intelligence, LLC., in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania.
African Children’s Choir to Perform at Cedarville University
The African Children's Choir will be performing at Cedarville University.
Executive Director: Mark D. Weinstein