Cedarville’s Board of Trustees was on campus October 4-5 for its annual fall meeting, which takes place during homecoming week. It’s always a joy for me to meet with our trustees, men and women who believe in our mission and vision to serve the Lord well by equipping students for godly service, vocational distinction, and cultural engagement. During their meeting October 5, the trustees approved a new Center for Pharmacy Innovation, which will be under the auspices of our School of Pharmacy. David and Phyllis Grauer, who serve on the School of Pharmacy Board of Advisors, have already committed $250,000 for this new endeavor.

The trustees also approved a new program in our School of Nursing, the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education. We anticipate the Lord using these initiatives to further prepare our students to honor Christ in their careers.

Read a news release about the trustee report for additional highlights from their meetings, and be encouraged about the incredible group of men and women God has put in place to lead Cedarville.