Dr. William E. Brown was inaugurated as the 9th president of Cedarville University in 2003. Prior to coming to Cedarville, he served as the president of Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. Dr. Brown is a graduate of the University of South Florida, and he holds a Master of Theology and Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary. As a nationally recognized expert in worldview, Dr. Brown authored three books, Making sense of your faith, Making sense of your world, and Where have all the dreamers gone, as well as hundreds of articles. Under Brown's tenure as President, financial aid was strategically restructured, and student enrollment increased. With the addition of masters degrees, online programs, and the doctoral degree in pharmacy, Cedarvilles overall enrollment reached 3,386 during the 2012-2013 academic year, the last year of Dr. Brown's presidency. During his tenure, Cedarville added pharmacy, industrial and innovative design, forensic science, and journalism programs. Dr. Brown led the effort to develop Vision 2020, a strategic plan to strengthen Cedarville and broaden its influence through the coming decade. More than $60 million was raised for scholarships, academic and ministry programs, new buildings and renovations, and daily University operations. After stepping down as president in 2013, Dr. Brown served as chancellor until July 2014.
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Publications in the Digital Commons
Dr. Brown's Scholarly Works page.