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A 10-Year Legacy In Producing Professional Pharmacy Leaders, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

A 10-Year Legacy In Producing Professional Pharmacy Leaders, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy is officially 10 years old. But despite how young the school is, it is mighty. Not only has it been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and received an 88.46% match rate for graduates receiving postgraduate year one (PGY1) residencies in 2019, but numerous graduates are already serving in hospital leadership roles in the pharmacy profession.


Pomp And Circumstance In A Box: 2020 Grads Receiving More Than A Diploma, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Pomp And Circumstance In A Box: 2020 Grads Receiving More Than A Diploma, Mark D. Weinstein

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Although Cedarville University’s class of 2020 didn’t enjoy the normal graduation festivities because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the university wanted to think outside of the box with a special way to celebrate its graduates.


Best Prototype Design At Shell Eco-Marathon, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Best Prototype Design At Shell Eco-Marathon, Mark D. Weinstein

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Cedarville’s energy-efficient vehicle Sting won best prototype design in this year’s Shell Eco-marathon off-track awards on May 7 on Shell Eco-marathon’s Instagram story.


With Samaritan's Purse, Dayton Nurse Serves Covid-19 Patients In Nyc, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

With Samaritan's Purse, Dayton Nurse Serves Covid-19 Patients In Nyc, Mark D. Weinstein

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New York City has been the epicenter for the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Danielle Price of Beavercreek joined the fight against the pandemic there as a member of the team treating patients at a field hospital in Central Park.


Covid-19 Brings Telehealth Services To Normal Health Care, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Covid-19 Brings Telehealth Services To Normal Health Care, Mark D. Weinstein

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Whether suffering from COVID-19, an ongoing condition or a sudden stomach bug, we rely on our health care providers to treat us even during a pandemic.


Cedarville University Prepares For August Return To Campus, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Cedarville University Prepares For August Return To Campus, Mark D. Weinstein

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Cedarville University is preparing to welcome residential graduate and undergraduate students back to campus as scheduled August 14-16, 2020. With broad engagement across the institution, the president’s Cabinet (made up of the division vice presidents and the athletic director) is carefully reviewing every area of the University’s operations to ensure protocols are in place to protect the health and safety of students, faculty and staff.


Cedarville Trustees Make Forward-Focused Decisions Amid Coronavirus Challenges, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Cedarville Trustees Make Forward-Focused Decisions Amid Coronavirus Challenges, Mark D. Weinstein

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With a goal of continuing the university’s mission and forward focus, Cedarville University’s Board of Trustees approved curriculum for a physician assistant (PA) program that is planned to begin in May 2023, pending external approvals. The trustees also approved a new dean for the school of education and affirmed eight other new faculty members at its annual May meeting. The meeting was held through Zoom because of the coronavirus pandemic.


Covid-19 Spurs 61 Days Through The Bible, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Covid-19 Spurs 61 Days Through The Bible, Mark D. Weinstein

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought dramatic change, from health to sickness, from employed to unemployed, from face to face to virtual. For Cedarville University students, the pandemic brought an immediate switch from on campus to online. But in this unique, disruptive time, three students saw an opportunity to make this time transformative.


Covid-19 Leads Ohio Graduate To Anchor In New York City, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Covid-19 Leads Ohio Graduate To Anchor In New York City, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

She passes by three tractor trailers on her way to work each day. It’s a somber reminder to Rachel Hartley, a critical care nurse and 2015 Cedarville University nursing graduate, of the reason she came to New York City in the first place.


One Of First Covid-19 Plasma Donations, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

One Of First Covid-19 Plasma Donations, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

When Oakwood police officer, firefighter and emergency medical technician Steve Norris became ill with COVID-19, he had no clue that he would be able to bless someone else.


Class Of 2020 Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Class Of 2020 Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

On May 2, Cedarville University recognized 826 undergraduate and graduate students earning degrees, the largest graduating class in school history. Of this year’s undergraduate students, six also earned Master of Divinity degrees from the university, bringing the total degrees to 832.


Repository Additions, April 2020, Cedarville University May 2020

Repository Additions, April 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For April 2020, Cedarville University May 2020

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For April 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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The Congo Prepared Nurse For Covid-19, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

The Congo Prepared Nurse For Covid-19, Mark D. Weinstein

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Virginia Walker, a 2019 Cedarville University nursing graduate, was nicknamed “Sunshine” by her nursing unit. This nickname perfectly describes how she shines Christ’s love to every COVID-19 patient she is currently treating in Inova Loudoun Hospital’s emergency room in Lansdowne, Virginia.


Cedarville University Honors 2020 Graduates With Online Program, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Cedarville University Honors 2020 Graduates With Online Program, Mark D. Weinstein

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Cedarville University used social media to honor its Class of 2020 graduates with a special program that aired on Facebook and the University's website today at 10 am. According to a report submitted to the PR office, 834 students were conferred undergraduate and graduate degrees in the program that lasted approximately one hour.


Centennial Library E-News, Spring 2020, Cedarville University May 2020

Centennial Library E-News, Spring 2020, Cedarville University

Centennial Library E-News

Articles in this issue:Librarian Collaborates on Research Project; Library Careers Presentation; 2020 Library Staff Awards; COVID-19 Doesn't Stop Staff; Book Published Through Digital Commons; Library Scholarship Recipients; Graduating Student Staff Members


Cedarville University Board Of Trustees: Statement Regarding Termination Of Anthony Moore, Mark D. Weinstein May 2020

Cedarville University Board Of Trustees: Statement Regarding Termination Of Anthony Moore, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The Board of Trustees at Cedarville University was recently made aware of additional information related to Dr. Anthony Moore’s past that led to the termination of his employment by our president, Dr. Thomas White, on Thursday, April 23, 2020. The board is incredibly grieved over this new information and the questions it raises. This matter was our priority at our spring Trustee meeting. We understand the gravity of this situation, and we covet your continued prayers.


Sociolinguistics And Insider/Outsider Status In Hawai'i, Elissa M. Uithol Apr 2020

Sociolinguistics And Insider/Outsider Status In Hawai'i, Elissa M. Uithol

Linguistics Senior Research Projects

Prior to the rise of tourism in Hawai’i, the Hawaiian economy was largely driven by plantations. As labor was imported to work these plantations, a rich, multiethnic culture developed on the islands, producing a similarly diverse linguistic situation. What began as a pidgin blend of several languages for the purpose of communication between workers and supervisors has since developed into a language unique to the islands: Hawaiian Creole English (HCE). Social status in Hawai’i has long been influenced by a person’s manner of speech, as evidenced by elite Standard English (SE) schools founded to educate children of ...


The Moody Church Pastor Has Cedarville Roots, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

The Moody Church Pastor Has Cedarville Roots, Mark D. Weinstein

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Philip Miller, a 2004 alumnus of Cedarville University, has been named the new senior pastor at The Moody Church in downtown Chicago, Illinois. He will officially begin his role in July.


Aerosol Box Protects Health Care Workers From Covid-19, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Aerosol Box Protects Health Care Workers From Covid-19, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Stay-at-home orders, social distancing and medical masks have limited the exposure of most Americans to the coronavirus. But how do we protect the most exposed of all: health care workers?


South Korea Residents Benefiting From Cedarville Pharmacy Graduate, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

South Korea Residents Benefiting From Cedarville Pharmacy Graduate, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Dr. Jinwon Byun, a 2017 Cedarville University alumna, is the first graduate from the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy to work internationally. Byun, who earned her pharmacist’s license in South Korea in February, is using her education during the current COVID-19 pandemic.


Covid-19 Pandemic Shifts Bookstore Sales Online, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Covid-19 Pandemic Shifts Bookstore Sales Online, Mark D. Weinstein

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The Cedarville University bookstore is now online.

The bookstore was in process of developing an online presence for its customers. But when the coronavirus pandemic hit last month, bookstore manager Tammy Slone began to immediately shift to the online store. The totally online bookstore went live Monday, April 20.


Cedarville Dean Participates In National Opioid Webinar, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Cedarville Dean Participates In National Opioid Webinar, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Dr. Marc Sweeney, dean of Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy and professor of pharmacy practice, will participate in a national forum for the Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute’s “Mitigating the Societal and Economic Costs Associated with Opioid Prescribing” webinar on Tuesday, April 21, at 1:30 p.m. EST. The webinar is free and open to the public.


Pharmacy Students Fighting Covid-19 On The Frontlines, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Pharmacy Students Fighting Covid-19 On The Frontlines, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across America, hospitals and other medical facilities are on the frontlines. As part of this frontline effort, 38 fourth-year (P4) professional pharmacy students in the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy are helping combat the pandemic during their clinical rotations nationwide.


Connor's "Heart" For Serving Others During Pandemic, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Connor's "Heart" For Serving Others During Pandemic, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Before Connor Hart, a sophomore mechanical engineering student at Cedarville University, ever stepped foot on campus, he was already making a huge difference in the lives of others. Through the Hands of Hope Foundation, a nonprofit Connor started, children with a limb difference are able to receive a 3-D printed prosthetic.


Generosity Evident On #Cugivehope Day, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Generosity Evident On #Cugivehope Day, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The generosity of Cedarville University alumni and friends was overwhelming during the university’s “CU Give Hope Day” Wednesday, April 8, as 475 individuals contributed $214,907 for scholarships for students who have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.


Coronavirus Sparks A Search For Hope This Easter, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Coronavirus Sparks A Search For Hope This Easter, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The coronavirus has been the cause of much searching: searching for food and common household goods, searching for ways to limit its spread, searching for treatments. But of all the searching taking place, the search for hope may be one of the pandemic’s greatest outcomes.


The New Normal? Research Symposium Now Online, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

The New Normal? Research Symposium Now Online, Mark D. Weinstein

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Universities across the country, including Cedarville University, have made the switch to all-online classes. Cedarville has also made the same pivot with its 11th annual Research and Scholarship Symposium.


Cugivehope Day Will Help Families Impacted By Pandemic, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

Cugivehope Day Will Help Families Impacted By Pandemic, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The coronavirus has brought worldwide suffering and loss, disrupted lives, crippled economies and created uncertainty about the future. One local university wants to offer hope in the midst of the crisis.


“Resound”Ing Success: Radio Station Celebrates 30 Years, Mark D. Weinstein Apr 2020

“Resound”Ing Success: Radio Station Celebrates 30 Years, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

It started as a capstone project for a senior communication major at Cedarville University. The vision James Leightenheimer shared through his student project has been transmitting, uplifting and inspiring music to a global audience through Resound Radio over the past 30 years.