At this time last year, Mary Helene Hall was learning the basics of knitting and making her first hat. Now, the senior journalism and women’s and gender studies double-major is working on a cardigan and shawl and doing lace...
Mercer University students are helping solve real-world challenges related to foreign policy through the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomacy Lab. The University’s first Diplomacy Lab course took place last semester, with students in Dr. Rachael Goodman’s poverty alleviation class examining...
Mercer University students worked with small business owners to solve real-world problems as part of an entrepreneurship class last semester. Students in the practicum worked as consulting teams tackling topics such as rebranding, digital marketing, operations management, and market research...
School of Engineering students now have the opportunity to work on projects with Gulfstream Aerospace, thanks to a new collaboration between Mercer University and the Savannah-based aircraft company. “Gulfstream Aerospace is one of the best and most advanced aerospace companies...
Mercer University’s biochemistry and molecular biology (BMB) degree program has received full accreditation from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). The BMB program, housed in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is an interdisciplinary major offered...
Over the course of two weeks, a Mercer University professor camped in the Alaskan wilderness, summited a mountain, observed flora and fauna in their natural habitat, and composed a piece of original music about the experience. Dr. Christopher Schmitz, professor...
College of Nursing alumni Kia and Daniel Pascal have a holistic approach to health care, and those beliefs are the core of a business they’ve created to keep pets happy and healthy.  The Atlanta couple sells handmade cat toys and...
A Mercer professor’s research has sparked awareness and further investigation into the environmental impacts of animal agriculture. Most recently, the collective findings of Dr. Vasile Stănescu and other researchers were used for an article in The New York Times. An...
The first radio station in Macon — and the second in Georgia — started 100 years ago as a physics experiment on the Mercer University campus. WMAZ, which stood for Watch Mercer Attain Zenith, officially hit the airwaves on Oct....
The graphic design exhibit, “Women’s Rights Are Human Rights,” is on display until Jan. 20 at the Plunkett Gallery in Hardman Fine Arts Hall on Mercer University’s Macon campus. The exhibit, which highlights social justice issues surrounding gender-based violence, discrimination...

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