Sixteen Mercer students traded their vacation time for volunteer time this week. The fourth annual Spring Break for Service from MerServe, the student-led service leadership board for the Macon campus, kicked off Sunday afternoon and wrapped up at 2...
MACON – Mercer University junior Danielle Loving was recently selected as a 2019 Snyder Scholar at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for her research experience, academic qualifications and commitment to pursuing future graduate studies in organic chemistry. Loving, a chemistry and...
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 – Mercer University’s BB&T Center for Undergraduate Research in Public Policy and Capitalism recently announced the recipients of its 2018-2019 academic grants supporting student research in economics, finance or other related areas. The Center, established within the Stetson School...
The latest book by Regeneration Writers Press spotlights Macon’s Daybreak Center and the issues surrounding homelessness. “Daybreak: Radical Hospitality in Action” is the 10th published work from the press since its founding on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in...
ATLANTA – Dr. Melanie Pavich, associate professor of interdisciplinary studies and history in Penfield College, has been awarded a grant of nearly $2,000 to support continuing research and service by Mercer students and faculty focused on preservation of African-American...
MACON – A group of researchers led by Dr. Francis Kirera, assistant professor of anatomy at Mercer University School of Medicine, conducted three weeks of field research in December at a recently discovered early human site in the Central Highlands...
MACON – In the latest adjustment to the Carnegie Classification® of Institutions of Higher Education, Mercer University has been moved to the second-highest level of doctoral research universities in the country. The Carnegie Classification® is the basic way that colleges...
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...
A Mercer alumnus is using technology to encourage community exploration in Macon. Joey Allen, a December 2017 graduate and Macon native, is one of five people across the country recently chosen for the Niantic/Knight Fellows Program. The six-month fellowship is...

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