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Barnes' Composition Performed At National Music Conference, Abby Kemmer, Office Of Communications & Marketing Feb 2024

Barnes' Composition Performed At National Music Conference, Abby Kemmer, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

A composition by Ouachita Baptist University student Jenna Barnes was presented in October at the 66th College Music Society National Conference in Miami, Fla. Barnes is a senior music industry major from Sheridan, Ark.

Barnes submitted her original saxophone quartet titled, “Into the Fire,” which she described as “daring” because she challenged herself in the process of creating it.


Mlcp Of Red Bull, Micah Winningham Feb 2024

Mlcp Of Red Bull, Micah Winningham

Scholarly Horizons: University of Minnesota, Morris Undergraduate Journal

Red Bull is a marketer and distributor of one of the first major sports drinks to be introduced into the world, called the same name: Red Bull energy. Since the inception of the drink in the mid 1980’s by Dietrich Mateschitz in Austria as an attempt to create an alternative to coffee, the drink and brand of the Red Bull organization have exploded into one of the most popular and recognizable organizations of all time. The brand pushes the idea of their product giving the greatest boost of energy, and their slogan “Red Bull gives you wings!” reinforces the idea …


Organizational Communication In The Wnba, Paris Fierkelepp Feb 2024

Organizational Communication In The Wnba, Paris Fierkelepp

Scholarly Horizons: University of Minnesota, Morris Undergraduate Journal

There are over 42,000 organizations in the world, each of which has their own style and practice of organization communication. Out of all those organizations, the one that I chose as the subject of my research paper is the Women’s National Basketball Association, better known as the WNBA. Throughout this paper, I will provide a brief history of the WNBA, patterns that I have identified regarding communication in the WNBA, connections between communication in the WNBA and the course content, some problems I identified regarding the communication in the WNBA, and my recommendations for fixing those problems.


Making Love Easier: Automating Communication For Better Relationship Building For Web Archives, Emily Collier Feb 2024

Making Love Easier: Automating Communication For Better Relationship Building For Web Archives, Emily Collier

2024 R&I Day

Starting in Fall of 2023, Ruth Bryan and Emily Collier began researching sustainability for the Web Archiving Program, which led them to building communication channels with the University of Kentucky Office of Public Relations and Marketing Web Content Development group. By tightening this channel, we hope to initiate the archival mindset right at the moment of content creation, as well as limit gaps in our web archives collection as the PR team is directly involved in monitoring sites that go live and expire. Part of this tightening of communication has been finding ways to automate alerts when changes are made …


Ambassador For One Bistro's Mission, Cedarville's Dick Walker Personified Service, Mark D. Weinstein Feb 2024

Ambassador For One Bistro's Mission, Cedarville's Dick Walker Personified Service, Mark D. Weinstein

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His legacy at Cedarville University is steeped in tradition and service through student life. Dick Walker worked at Cedarville University for 42 years — from 1970 to 2012 — but his work was more of a mission than a place to earn a paycheck. Dick Walker, 78, is being remembered after he passed away Friday, Feb. 9 at 9:20 pm surrounded by family. Walker is survived by his wife, Linda, and their two children, Scott (Valerie) and Tricia (Greg) Clark.


A Leader In Graduate Education: Cedarville Nursing Among Ohio’S Best, Mark D. Weinstein Feb 2024

A Leader In Graduate Education: Cedarville Nursing Among Ohio’S Best, Mark D. Weinstein

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Academic quality can be measured in various ways, including by graduation rates, career placement statistics or national rankings. Cedarville University’s graduate nursing program passes all those parameters, including the U.S. News and World Report ranking that was released today.


Champions In Ohio: Cedarville Forensics Team, Mark D. Weinstein Feb 2024

Champions In Ohio: Cedarville Forensics Team, Mark D. Weinstein

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Cedarville University’s forensics team came out on top at the Ohio Forensics Association Novice State Championship tournament on January 26-27 at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.


Medical School Middle Managers Learning To Successfully Work With Leadership To Navigate Organizational Change, Elizabeth G. Smith Feb 2024

Medical School Middle Managers Learning To Successfully Work With Leadership To Navigate Organizational Change, Elizabeth G. Smith

Doctor of Education Program Dissertations

There is a lapse in research exploring middle managers at medical schools during an organizational change. The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to examine the perceptions of middle managers during an organizational change to mitigate burnout and build resilience. The literature reviewed explored how stressors from organizational changes may impact medical school middle managers, leading to feeling less secure about their position and increasing middle managers’ stress leading to burnout. For an organizational change to be successful, middle managers must build trust with their staff, communicate with middle managers, and engage middle managers in the change process. Burnout …


Staff Matters: Do I Really Need An Employee Handbook?, Jodi Schafer Sphr, Shrm-Scp Feb 2024

Staff Matters: Do I Really Need An Employee Handbook?, Jodi Schafer Sphr, Shrm-Scp

The Journal of the Michigan Dental Association

This article underscores the importance of having an employee handbook for even small practices. It emphasizes the handbook as a crucial tool for communicating expectations, providing a defense against employment claims, and ensuring legal compliance. The author advises on essential policies related to legal requirements, "At-Will" status, conduct, compensation, benefits, communication, attendance, and discipline. The article stresses the significance of well-crafted policies to avoid confusion and legal liabilities, recommending professional review before implementation.


Jay Nordlinger To Speak On Conservatism At Cedarville University, Mark D. Weinstein Feb 2024

Jay Nordlinger To Speak On Conservatism At Cedarville University, Mark D. Weinstein

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On Monday, February 5, renowned journalist Jay Nordlinger will answer the question “What Is Conservatism?” in his address at Cedarville University.


From Trauma To Triumph: Professor Symbolizes Healing, Excellence, Mark D. Weinstein, Mark D. Weinstein Feb 2024

From Trauma To Triumph: Professor Symbolizes Healing, Excellence, Mark D. Weinstein, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

George Huff, professor of social work, was awarded the Evidence-Based Practice award by the Cedarville University School of Nursing. The award is based on Huff’s five decades of service in the social work profession.


Tuning Into Success: A Transformative Journey With K-Love, Mark D. Weinstein Feb 2024

Tuning Into Success: A Transformative Journey With K-Love, Mark D. Weinstein

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For a college student, securing an internship at a leading media outlet in the country is a big deal. Jair Mobley, a senior majoring in broadcasting, digital media and journalism at Cedarville University, worked the internship of his dreams this past summer with the Educational Media Foundation — the parent company of K-LOVE and Air1 radio networks.


A Unique Mission: From Air Force To College Classroom, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

A Unique Mission: From Air Force To College Classroom, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Dr. Jonathan Burson is a man of many talents. From serving 15 years in the U.S. Air Force to becoming a finance professor at Cedarville University, the 2000 Cedarville alumnus is living proof that God’s plans are bigger than what he could ever imagine.


Generosity Unleashed: $220k Endowed Scholarship Driven By Missional Values, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Generosity Unleashed: $220k Endowed Scholarship Driven By Missional Values, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

When Cedarville University began pursuing a school of pharmacy in 2009, Phil and Pam Black were foundational to what has become one of the leading professional pharmacy schools in Ohio.


Submitting Plans With Open Hands, G. Allen, Office Of Communications & Marketing Jan 2024

Submitting Plans With Open Hands, G. Allen, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

There’s a truth God has taught me throughout college and I’m sure will continue to teach me as I get older. Two passages of wisdom the Lord has used in service of continually reminding me of this lesson are Proverbs 16:9 – “The heart of a man plans his way but the Lord establishes his steps.” – and James 4:14-15, “Come now, you who say, ‘Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit’– yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your …


The Greatest Miracle, Anna Katherine Green, Office Of Communications & Marketing Jan 2024

The Greatest Miracle, Anna Katherine Green, Office Of Communications & Marketing

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I believe a testimony is a lot more than just when you came to know Jesus as your personal savior – it’s about everything the Lord has done in your life. So, I’m going to start at the very beginning of my life, when God miraculously saved my physical life before I was saved spiritually.

There are a lot of things you can probably tell about me from the outside and even just by my walking around on campus. I’m a senior, I’m an elementary education major, I love to go on walks, and I am a part of the …


Sweet Redemption: How A Cedarville Student Turned Challenges Into Cookie Creations, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Sweet Redemption: How A Cedarville Student Turned Challenges Into Cookie Creations, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Since she was 3, Welhener, a sophomore business management student from Vandalia, Ohio, could be found in the kitchen helping her grandma make cakes, Christmas cookies and old family recipes.


Reforming Criminal Justice Book Claims Top Honor, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Reforming Criminal Justice Book Claims Top Honor, Mark D. Weinstein

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Matthew T. Martens, a 1993 graduate of Cedarville University, won The Gospel Coalition’s 2023 First-Time Author Award for his new book, “Reforming Criminal Justice: A Christian Proposal.”


From Campus To Convention: Cedarville Alum Advocates For Change, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

From Campus To Convention: Cedarville Alum Advocates For Change, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Many people avoid politics due to feeling unqualified, uninformed or intimidated. That is not the case with Jonny Gartner, a 2023 political science graduate of Cedarville University who now serves as the systems and reporting manager at Cedarville.

For Gartner, who is originally from Columbus, Ohio, and now lives in suburban Dayton, Ohio, finding ways to use his degree to actively influence and support his community and encouraging others to do the same is his focus. One way he is using his influence is by serving as a delegate for the Nikki Haley campaign at the July GOP convention in …


Empowering Cybersecurity: Cedarville Professors Enhance Programs Through New Certifications, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Empowering Cybersecurity: Cedarville Professors Enhance Programs Through New Certifications, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The SANS Institute is recognized as being one of the most prestigious and trusted training and certification programs for cybersecurity professionals. Certifications from this institute gives credibility to cybersecurity teachers and practitioners.


Beyond Textbooks: Students Analyze Criminal Cold Cases, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Beyond Textbooks: Students Analyze Criminal Cold Cases, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

In Steve Meacham’s criminal investigation class at Cedarville University, the former New York State Police senior investigator introduced a cold case for his students to study and learn the principles of criminal investigations.


Shane & Shane Headline Cedarville's Worship 4:24 Conference, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Shane & Shane Headline Cedarville's Worship 4:24 Conference, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The annual Worship 4:24 Conference, hosted by Cedarville University’s Department of Music and Worship, is set for January 26-27, 2024. Special guests Shane & Shane and The Worship Initiative will perform on Friday night, and the university will host over 120 breakout sessions for current or future worship leaders on Friday evening and all day Saturday.


A Standout Performance For Inaugural Mock Trial Team, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

A Standout Performance For Inaugural Mock Trial Team, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

For the first time in Cedarville University history, a mock trial team competed in a collegiate tournament and finished the competition at St. Bonaventure University as one of the top teams. Overall, the two Cedarville teams of 19 students total, won four out of eight judges’ ballots.


Future Pharmacist Perceived By Glamour; Drive By Faith, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Future Pharmacist Perceived By Glamour; Drive By Faith, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Sierra Bognear, a young woman with a penchant for surprises, astounded her family, excluding her brother Travis, by winning the title of Miss Michigan in 2015. What hasn't been a surprise to her family is Bognear's passion for caring for others through a career in pharmacy. That's why she enrolled in 2023 in Cedarville University's School of Pharmacy, where in a few years she will earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.


Professor's Favorite Hobby Enhances Student Learning, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Professor's Favorite Hobby Enhances Student Learning, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Dr. Cliff Fawcett is a nurse practitioner and professor at Cedarville University, but there is more to him than meets the eye.

Fawcett, coordinator of the MSN and DNP family nurse practitioner track and associate professor of nursing at Cedarville University, can be found canoeing or kayaking along a river in his free time. As an educator, Fawcett often looks for opportunities to teach, including when he documents his recent canoe trips or provides insight information for water fun and safety on his YouTube channel. His channel, “Cliff Fawcett,” has received more than 79,000 views since he first launched …


Among The Best: Cedarville Among Top-Ranked Ohio Universities, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Among The Best: Cedarville Among Top-Ranked Ohio Universities, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

With students from 49 states and 57 countries, Cedarville University has the reputation of being a leader in Christian higher education. Intelligent.com, an independent marketing service, recently supported the reputation by ranking Cedarville among the highest-ranked universities in Ohio — and the highest-ranked Christian university in the Buckeye State.


Tips For Handling The Holidays, Dan Jarboe Jan 2024

Tips For Handling The Holidays, Dan Jarboe

Press Releases

While the holidays can be a wonderful time as we get together with family celebrating the arrival of our Lord and Savior, the activities and demands can leave us feeling stressed and depleted. It’s important to care well for ourselves as we care for others. To support you and enhance your family harmony during the holidays, the Counseling Center staff offers the following tips. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas!


The Heart Of A Servant Leader, Lewis Shepherd Jan 2024

The Heart Of A Servant Leader, Lewis Shepherd

Press Releases

On Monday, January 15, people across America and in many places of the world will pause to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

It is often when we reflect on the life of Martin King that we pay particular homage to his intellectual accomplishments. Yes, they are quite impressive when one considers he entered college at the age of 15 and completed a bachelor’s degree by 19, a master’s by 21, and a Ph.D. at 26, but Martin King was more than mere diplomas and academic regalia.


Revolutionary Carotid Artery Medical Device Developed By Professor, Cedarville University Alumni, Mark D. Weinstein Jan 2024

Revolutionary Carotid Artery Medical Device Developed By Professor, Cedarville University Alumni, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

What started as a capstone project to develop a device that could save a life if the carotid artery is severed for a group of Cedarville University juniors and seniors in 2019 is now extremely close to receiving full FDA approval for manufacturing and distribution on a nationwide scale.

The Arterial Restrictive Clamp (ARC) project began in 2018 when Lauren Edmonson, who graduated in 2019 with a degree in allied health, came to Dr. Tim Norman, distinguished professor of mechanical and biomedical engineering at Cedarville, about a medical void in treating this injury, which she observed during her time as …


The New Paradigm Of Textual Content In Organizations: A Multi-Dimensional Analysis In The Digital Landscape, Sandrine Lefebvre-Reghay Jan 2024

The New Paradigm Of Textual Content In Organizations: A Multi-Dimensional Analysis In The Digital Landscape, Sandrine Lefebvre-Reghay

Proceedings from the Document Academy

In this article, we aim to expand digital literature analysis to evaluate organizational textual content, vital for contemporary organizations' communication and operation. By comparing traditional literary structures with this new content format, we identify various dimensions influenced by it, including marketing, technology, economy, media, society, and culture. The dynamic nature of the internet, search engine algorithms, and AI's impact on content prompts a shift from prioritizing quantity to emphasizing quality, echoing Lucien Karpik's 1989 perspective on the value economy.