Mercer’s Go Baby Go program puts smiles on the faces of kids with limited mobility while empowering them and helping them gain more independence.
In an attempt to accelerate K-12 computer science education in a state where it’s exceedingly rare, in 2019 the Georgia Legislature passed a law mandating all high schools in the state must teach computer science by 2024. The bill...
Mercer University students are getting a firsthand look at the democratic process as they travel to presidential primaries across the country.  A group recently returned from the Jan. 23 New Hampshire primary. Other groups will attend the Feb. 3 Democratic...
While working to help curb mercury pollution in Guyana, a Mercer University team made another startling discovery.  Many surfaces in the town where the team was working were covered in dangerous levels of lead, said Dr. Adam Kiefer, Distinguished University...
A Mercer University club is starting to make a name for itself at competitions while giving students real-world experience in the field of cybersecurity.  The CyBears cybersecurity team was formally established in spring 2022 but has been around in a...
This fall, Mercer University public health students taught local third graders about fruits and vegetables through lessons with superhero themes, interactive games and more. Dr. Rebecca Larson, assistant professor of public health practice in the College of Health Professions, and...
After decades of silence, a 105-year-old harp is making music again.  Calista Anne Koch, adjunct professor of harp at Mercer University’s School of Music, spent several months meticulously restoring the Lyon & Healy harp, which is gilded in 24-karat gold...
Mercer University technical communication professors and students will be able to take their usability testing and research to the next level with an innovative mobile lab.  The Technical Communication Department already has a research lab outfitted with computers, cameras and...
A class in Mercer University’s College of Professional Advancement is teaching students how they can leverage artificial intelligence and social media to create public health awareness campaigns.  Dr. Sabrina Walthall, professor of science, teaches BIOL 210: Biology of Disease each...
Mercer University will continue its support of community journalism with the launch of a new local news source in Macon next year. The recently established Georgia Trust for Local News, a nonprofit community newspaper company that will serve Middle and...

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