School of Engineering

Mercer researchers design coating material with self-healing properties

A discovery by a Mercer research team could have great potential for the aerospace industry in the future. Mechanical engineering professor Dr. Alireza Sarvestani and a team of students have designed a novel polymeric material that can withstand extreme weathering conditions and is capable of self-healing. 
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Graduate Spotlight: Willie Fulks

Willie Fulks, a 2022 graduate of Mercer University's School of Engineering, earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in computer engineering.
Tau Beta Pi Fellows

Two engineering alumni among 31 Tau Beta Pi graduate fellows nationwide

MACON – Mercer University School of Engineering alumni Maison Clouatre and Gabrielle Rogie are among 31 scholars nationwide awarded Tau Beta Pi graduate fellowships for...

R.E.M. founding member gives surprise performance at Macon commencement

R.E.M. founding member Mike Mills never finished college. At Mercer University's commencement in Macon, he acknowledged the nearly 800 graduates who were on the verge of achieving that feat.
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An insider’s guide to a Macon summer to remember

The spring semester is over, and summer is heating up! If you're staying in Macon for this sunny season, you are in for a...
Lillie McLean

Clinical rehabilitation counseling student selected for NBCC Minority Fellowship Program

ATLANTA – Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling student Lillie McLean was recently selected to participate in the National Board for Certified Counselors...
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Mercer law and theology degrees allow JAG officer to serve as ‘minister of justice’ 

To some, it seemed that the two degrees Fabiani Duarte pursued at Mercer University — law and theology — were incompatible.