Stock market analysis and recommendations by Mercer finance students are helping inform real investment decisions for the University, and that experience is helping those involved snag jobs at top firms after graduation.  The School of Business’ Student-Managed Investment Fund (SMIF)...
If you missed the July 4 premiere of "A Night of Georgia Music" on GPB, the concert film will be re-broadcast at 9 p.m. Oct. 2 on the statewide network. Recorded at Macon’s historic Grand Opera House and Capricorn Sound...
Before Dr. Russ Hopper even applied to Mercer University’s School of Medicine, he knew he wanted to provide primary care to rural Georgians. Growing up in the tiny town of Pitts, he saw firsthand the shortage of physicians in rural...
A new program at Mercer aims to open up faculty-led study abroad experiences to new graduates, alumni and community members. This past summer, 10 community members went to Greece and five Class of 2022 graduates went to Spain as...
Georgia Poet Laureate Chelsea Rathburn believes there’s a poem out there for you. And she wants to help you find it. “I firmly believe that no one has to like every poem, but there is a poem out there for...
SAVANNAH – Mikalah Maury, a second-year medical student at Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM), was recently awarded research funding through the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Foundation and the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA) Grant for Emerging Researchers/Clinicians Mentorship (G.E.R.M.) Program. The...
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. 
Elliza Guta wrote legal briefs and petitions and helped prepare written and oral arguments that went before the Georgia Supreme Court — all while a student at Mercer Law School. The work Guta contributed through the school’s Habeas Project resulted...
Dozens of boards in Macon-Bibb County receive millions of dollars in taxpayer funding. But for years, many of them conducted business without public scrutiny of how the money was spent. The Macon Newsroom, a nonprofit newsroom that operates out of...
Children in the South Korea alternative school faced a language barrier as well as an emotional one. But after 2½ weeks with Mercer students and faculty, their comfort and confidence in interacting with others grew. During the sixth Mercer On...

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