Mercer students in service-learning class produce resources to counter Islamophobia

Mercer University students in a service-learning course this spring created materials to help dismantle Islamophobia — the irrational fear and discrimination of people who practice Islam.
Mercer counseling students and faculty visit with genocide survivors at the Aheza Healing and Career Center, a counseling center in the Bugesera District, Ntarama Sector, Rwanda.

Mercer On Mission team trains Rwandans in managing past trauma

One by one, the Rwandan people shared their personal experiences from the 1994 genocide, many for the first time. The stories were difficult to tell and difficult to hear, but it was an important step in learning how to manage past trauma and help others do the same. 
Marlo Mecredy

Rising senior named Civil Engineering Student of the Year by Georgia section of ASCE

MACON – Mercer University rising senior Marlo Mecredy was recently named Civil Engineering Student of the Year by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)...
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I want to improve my GPA, but Europe’s calling. What should I do?

A reader asks: Is it possible to still be successful in my classes while also going on the vacation of a lifetime?

Dr. Christy Bridges appointed interim chair of MUSM biomedical sciences department

MACON – Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) Dean Jean R. Sumner, M.D., FACP, announced recently that Christy Chancy Bridges, Ph.D., has been appointed interim chair of...
Mercer Law School

Provost announces search committee for Mercer Law School dean

MACON – Mercer University Provost Dr. D. Scott Davis has announced the appointment of a search committee to lead the process of recommending a...
A smart photo screen shows a drop in stocks

Why is the stock market falling? A Mercer finance expert explains and offers advice

Finance expert Dr. Kenneth Tah has advice for investors worried about the stock market’s latest decline: “Don’t panic.”