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. 
The day after a group of Southern rock legends wrapped up a recording session at Capricorn Sound Studios, five Mercer University students were in Historic Studio A mixing their own music. In just over an hour, they recorded drum, piano,...
On the banks of the Chattahoochee River, America’s most picturesque medical school campus opened its doors in January to welcome more than 70 first-, third- and fourth-year medical students. Mercer University School of Medicine was founded in 1982 as a...
Nearly 50 years after they played together on Gregg Allman’s “Laid Back” tour, a group of Southern rock legends reunited at the historic Capricorn Sound Studios. Tommy Talton, a prolific guitarist and co-founder of the band Cowboy, assembled the musicians...
For nearly 20 years, a Mercer Law School program has been bridging a gap in legal assistance in Georgia while giving students experience working with real clients and cases.  The Habeas Project was founded by Sarah Gerwig-Moore in 2006 after...
Visually impaired students from the Georgia Academy for the Blind recently experienced a planetarium show designed especially for them. Instead of looking up at stars projected on a dome, they each held a model of a constellation in their hands. Dr....
A Mercer University study examining the efforts of four groups that work with immigrant and refugee youth sheds light on the factors that contribute to the programs’ success. The yearlong study, sponsored by AmeriCorps, examined Notre Dame Mission Volunteers AmeriCorps...
For 10 days over spring break, a group of Mercer University students traversed Israel as part of a class focused on exploring the principles of health and human rights. The trip, a study abroad program led by Dr. Chinekwu Obidoa,...
A dozen Mercer students recently used their microbiology knowledge to help spread awareness about proper COVID-19 self-testing procedures.  Dr. Jia Fei, visiting instructor in the Department of Mathematics, Science and Informatics in the College of Professional Advancement (COPA) at the...
Feedback provided by Mercer technical communication students has played a part in improving U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) websites, including the newly redesigned DHS.gov.  This is the sixth year that Dr. Pam Brewer’s students have conducted usability studies for...

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