A stigmatized and impoverished population in Greece received basic health care and nutrition guidance from a Mercer On Mission team this summer. Sixteen Mercer University students participated in the ongoing service-learning project to assist the Roma people in partnership with...
Mercer continued its work bringing clean water to underserved communities in the Dominican Republic earlier this summer during a three-week Mercer On Mission trip. 
It’s no secret that research is embedded in undergraduate education at Mercer. Students are encouraged to get involved in research early, and an infrastructure of hands-on learning experiences, one-on-one mentorship and support gives them a competitive edge when it comes to graduate research fellowships in the sciences. 
Mercerians helped local entrepreneurs take their businesses to the next level during a three-week trip to Rwanda earlier this summer.   Since 2015, faculty and students from Mercer’s School of Business have visited capital city Kigali for this Mercer On Mission...
A Mercer University team exploring ways to reduce the release of toxic chemicals in artisanal and small-scale gold mining continued its work in Guyana this summer.
Surrounded by volcanos with a wind that locals say carries away sin and the pristine blue water of a lake that famed naturalist Alexander von Humboldt called "the most beautiful in the world," Mercer students were immersed in the highlands of Guatemala during Spring Break 2022.
A new program at Mercer Law School will meet a growing interest from students as well as a growing need from corporations. Beginning this fall, the Corporate Counsel Externship Program will pair students with companies, so they can get a taste of in-house legal work. 
Dr. Barry Stephenson walks nimbly through the woods, stepping over roots and pushing back tree branches. There’s no clear path, but he knows where he’s going.
Mercer University nursing students got out of the classroom and into local communities this spring to educate residents on health-related issues.
People experience the world through all their senses, and Dr. Natalie Bourdon helped her students understand that through unique sensory experiences this spring.