THE STORY BEHIND THE JESSE MERCER STATUE

female professor and two female students working in lab

Mercer researchers receive EPA grant to study how to turn food waste into fuel

Dr. Sarah Bauer, assistant professor of environmental engineering, and a team of mostly undergraduate students have been awarded nearly $75,000 by the U.S. Environmental...

Faculty and Staff Notables | March 2024

Mercer University announces faculty and staff notables for March 2024.
Gray and White Wolf

Aesop’s fable about boy who cried wolf still rings true today | Dr. Craig...

As a culture, we are drifting further and further from truth-telling. Like in Aesop's fable, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," our communities are losing trust.
A large group of men and women in formal attire post for a photo in a banquet hall.

Mercer African American Alumni Network fosters connections, community

Over the past 15 years, the Mercer African American Alumni Network has grown from 50 members to 1,600 from all 50 states.
two women stand in Mercer's historic quad

Professors receive NEH grant to offer education on immigrant and refugee experiences

Starting in Spring 2025, Mercer University students will have the opportunity to take new advanced French and Spanish courses that focus on the immigrant...
Dr. Jean Sumner headshot

School of Medicine dean receives Georgia Commission on Women Lighthouse Award 

MACON/COLUMBUS/SAVANNAH — Mercer University School of Medicine Dean Jean R. Sumner, M.D., FACP, received the Lighthouse Award from the Georgia Commission on Women during the...
U.S. State Department seal

Junior awarded U.S. Department of State internship

MACON — Mercer University Junior Jason Rother has been awarded a paid internship with the U.S. Department of State. Rother will be posted with...

CHANGE IS YOURS AT MERCER

TOP POSTS

MUST READ

SUBSCRIBE TO THE DEN