2014 Cedarville alumna Audrey Beck recently began a new position in the nation’s capital, serving as a law clerk for the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. As a law clerk, she will research legal issues related to cases currently being considered by the court.
Beginning this fall, Cedarville will offer an entrepreneurial accelerator program for alumni and for students across all University disciplines. The accelerator will prepare participants to launch independent startup companies and help them develop skills to fill roles with existing companies starting up new ventures.
This summer, a team of Cedarville University nursing and pharmacy students traveled to the Dominican Republic as part of a Global Outreach missions trip. They served hundreds of patients in four villages, shared the Good News of salvation through Jesus, and supported and encouraged a local doctor. The various talents and skills represented on the trip were a strong reminder of how the Lord uses the diverse gifts of His people to bring His love and truth to the world. Watch the video to hear a student testimony from this trip.
Construction began this spring on a 282-bed residence hall on the north end of campus. This future living space designed for community building and life-on-life discipleship is one of the first projects to launch under the 10-year master plan. The residence hall is slated to open by fall 2020. Watch the video to experience the construction process for yourself.