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District saves thousands by using college tutors: Springfield News-Sun
Marlena Graves '00, Resident Director, blog post, The Trayvon Martin Case: A Moment for Evangelical Reflection: her.meneutics, the Christianity Today blog for women.
Graduates Exceed National Averages in Employment Statistics - Cedarville University continues to surpass national averages in employment and graduate school statistics according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Social Work Program Challenges Students - One of the most important parts of the social work major is an internship experience.
A Day in the Life of a Cedarville Student - Have you ever wondered about the average day of a college student? Rob Harrison, a senior marketing major at Cedarville University, guides you through his day.
Sigma Tau Delta Presents at National Conference - This experience allowed students to present their work and network with professionals in their field of study.
Student Researches Senior Project While Deployed - Peter Muncy interviewed his fellow service members before and after their assignment to Iraq.
The Cove’s Programs Help Students Succeed Academically - Students coming in for help could include a 4.0 senior who needs help with a class to graduate or a student with a disability. One of the largest parts of The Cove’s strategy to help students grow is student peer mentors.
IT Department Announces Switch - Cedarville University is changing its email and calendar provider from GroupWise to Google.
Faculty and Staff of the Year Awards Presented - Charles Hartman, J.D., Associate Professor of Business Law and Accounting, and Donald Jones, B.A., Designer and Technical Director, receive a “vote of thanks” from students.
Engineers To Compete Internationally - The solar boat team will travel to the Netherlands in July to compete in the DONG Energy Solar Boat Challenge.
Engineering Success - James Smyly received a scholarship from Tau Beta Pi for outstanding merit in the field of engineering.
“Delegates” Receive Top Awards at National Model U.N. - Competing against over 2,000 students from five continents, Cedarville’s team earned a Distinguished Delegation award.
High School Students are Invited to CU Friday - Students and their families are invited to attend CU Friday at Cedarville University on June 22.
Camp Electric Comes to Cedarville (July 22 - 26) - Most kids have been to camp ... making macramé bracelets and getting mosquito bites. This camp, presented by The Guitar Center, is different!