Starting in Spring 2025, Mercer University students will have the opportunity to take new advanced French and Spanish courses that focus on the immigrant and refugee experience.  Students in these classes will learn about the lives and identities of refugees...
Mercer University College of Pharmacy’s Ajay Banga, Ph.D., has received funding from the National Institutes of Health CounterAct Program to develop topical treatments to help combat suffering and death from arsenicals-based chemical warfare agents. Dr. Banga and his research team...
MACON – Area businesses experienced a very positive 2018 and expect an even better 2019, according to the results of Mercer University’s 2018 Middle Georgia Economic Outlook Survey, which were released today. The survey was conducted by the BB&T Center...
From tailgaters to a James Beard semifinalist, home cooks and restaurant chefs around the country are using the KUDU Open Fire Grill. The KUDU grill is the brainchild of Mercer University School of Law alumnus Stebin Horne. While visiting South...
SAVANNAH – Dr. Robert Visalli, associate professor of microbiology and chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences in Mercer University School of Medicine, was recently selected to lead the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program. ASM offers the...
Dr. Michele Prettyman is teaching Mercer students how to find their voices as storytellers and appreciate the stories that others have to tell.   This is the fourth year that Dr. Prettyman, assistant professor of media studies and Africana studies, has...
MACON – Mercer University juniors Sachin Khurana and Jack Xhemali were recently selected to present at the second World Congress on Undergraduate Research (WCUR) to be held May 23-25 at the University of Oldenburg in Germany. WCUR aims to bring...
MACON – Rising Mercer University senior Matthew Halbert and rising junior Caroline Kittrell each received $5,000 Undergraduate Summer Student Research Awards in Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) from local nonprofit organization Joshua’s Wish and are spending the summer studying...
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...
Fabian Kopp enrolled at Mercer with an interest in international affairs, but he wasn’t sure how he would gain real-world experience in his chosen field. Getting involved in a University club opened the doors he needed to go through...

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