At its May 4 meeting, our Board of Trustees affirmed a 10-year campus master plan that includes a new liberal arts center, multipurpose building, and expanded facilities at Doden Field House, among many other additions. They approved a new Center for the Advancement of Cybersecurity, which will focus on protecting the rights of individuals and organizations in cyberspace and increase Cedarville’s opportunity for influence as the threats of cyberattacks grow. Read more about the latest meeting of our Board of Trustees.
It was a time of celebration and thanksgiving during Cedarville’s graduation on May 5. More than just culminating hard work and faithful study, commencement launched 775 ambassadors for Christ who successfully completed their bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral coursework and are equipped for career success and Gospel impact. They took a part of our hearts with them, but we are thrilled to see how God will use them for His glory in the days and years to come!
Watch the video below to enjoy highlights of the day.
The Foundation for Economic Education will host a camp for high school students at Cedarville this summer, July 10-13. Please encourage students with an interest in free enterprise and business to attend. They will be challenged to discover how an economic system can foster an environment of flourishing for all people. They will also be equipped with the tools to make a Gospel impact as future entrepreneurs and business leaders. The camp is just $79, including meals, housing, and all activities. Scholarships are also available.
Senior Ryan Lokkesmoe, a molecular and cellular biology major, combined his desire to follow Jesus with life-changing research at eye clinics in Ghana during summer 2017. Ryan shared his findings at the prestigious Global Health & Innovation Conference, held April 14-15 at Yale University. More than 2,000 professionals and students from all 50 states and 55 countries attended, with Ryan one of a few undergraduates presenting. His example is a testimony of how Cedarville transforms lives for godly service, vocational distinction, and cultural engagement.