For five years, Mercer University students have supported the community through the development of special web projects. As part of the curriculum, students in the IT and Informatics program and Software Application Development and Human-Computer Interaction program in Mercer’s...
Mercer University undergraduate students are encouraged to get involved in research early, and more are taking advantage of the opportunity.
MACON – Mercer University students offered nine of 25 total presentations of undergraduate research from Georgia colleges and universities at this year’s “Posters at the Capitol” event, held virtually Feb. 24. Twelve students presented nine projects to state senators and...
A Mercer University research team has made a discovery that could lead to a treatment for illnesses caused by the Epstein-Barr virus, including mononucleosis and cancer. Part of the herpes virus family, the Epstein-Barr virus is one of the most...
A team of researchers involved in Mercer University’s Mercer On Mission program focused on reducing mercury pollution and human exposure to mercury in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) has been named a finalist for the Artisanal Mining Grand Challenge,...
MACON – Mercer University School of Engineering on May 21 presented its latest version of Touch3D Yearbooks to the graduating class at Macon’s Georgia Academy for the Blind (GAB). The 3D yearbook project was initially conceptualized by Dr. Sinjae Hyun, professor...
In just 12 weeks, Mercer students can have 12 credit hours, an undergraduate certificate and an immersive study abroad experience under their belt.  Right now, the first group is working its way through the new Globalization and Engagement (GLEN) certificate...
Archer School Cluster Piloting Program Integrating Aquaponics, Computer Science in Daily Curriculum DACULA – Despite challenges imposed by COVID-19, teachers in Gwinnett County’s Archer School Cluster are working to make science more exciting than ever this fall. Through an innovative AgSTEM research...
Many people see music as an integral part of a church service. But not much is known about the actual role it plays in Christian worship.  One Mercer University professor aims to find out.  “Why do we have music at church? Is it entertainment? Is it for teaching? Is it an attractant? Is it to...
A Mercer University School of Medicine professor is leading a team that is building an index to measure the impact of climate change on mental health.  Dr. Jennifer Barkin, associate professor of community medicine and obstetrics and gynecology, already developed the Barkin Index of Maternal Functioning to assess how a woman...

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