For many, clean water comes as easily as the turn of a faucet knob. However, roughly 2 billion people in the world lack access to this resource that’s essential to their life, health and food supplies, according to the...
A Mercer University professor is being recognized for her innovative teaching techniques that allow students to apply their knowledge in engaging and fun ways. Dr. Briana Stenard, associate professor of management and entrepreneurship in the School of Business, is...
MACON — Mercer University will hold its 14th annual Breakthroughs in Engagement, Arts and Research (BEAR) Day on April 18-19, on Mercer's Macon campus to showcase outstanding student research and special projects from the College of Liberal Arts and...
SAVANNAH — A Mercer University School of Medicine student won first place in a NASA poster competition for a project judges deemed most innovative and likely to enable human exploration of space. Fourth-year medical student Sean Jackewicz described his project...
A total solar eclipse will sweep across North America on April 8, and some Mercerians are teaming up to help others observe it safely and understand the science behind it. Viewing parties will be hosted on the Macon and...
Millions of people in developing countries rely on artisanal and small-scale gold mining to feed their families. And while they produce 20% of the world’s gold, the use of mercury in the process comes at great cost to their...
Before the McAfee School of Theology opened in fall 1996, the founding faculty members faced their first challenge: They needed to create the school. With only seven months before the arrival of the inaugural class, they sat around a table...
Stalking is a pattern of repeated unwanted attention, contact or attempts at harassment aimed at one person, meant to incite fear or something far worse. Due to modern advancements in technology spurred by the information age, it is now...
The newest addition to Mercer University's Atlanta campus is open. The Tony and Nancy Moye Pharmacy and Health Sciences Center is a 65,000-square-foot building that houses learning, teaching and administrative space for the College of Pharmacy. It contains some of...
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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