WHO: Mercer University freshman engineering students and engineering faculty members
MACON - Mercer University will conclude its 2002 Jazz Festival with a performance by guest saxophonist Chris Vadala in concert with the Mercer University Jazztet and Jazz Ensemble at the Grand Opera House on Friday, April 26, at 8 p.m.
WASHINGTON, D.C., - District III of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) names Mercer University President R. Kirby Godsey the recipient of the 2002 Chief Executive Leadership Award for extraordinary service and leadership in advancement and education.
WHO: Mercer University Head Baseball Coach Barry Myers and '84 Mercer Bears Baseball player Timothy J. Smith
WHAT: Hearing from keynote speaker Kellie Appel, senior vice president and general manager of Turner Trade Group, a division of Turner Broadcasting Sales. The week also includes a panel discussion featuring Allen Bass, owner of such restaurants as Bert's, 580 Cherry and Trio; Lisa English, regional technical manager for Wilson Sporting Goods; Eric Wilson, assistant vice president of Merrill Lynch.
ATLANTA - In light of world events since Sept. 11, 2001, a renewed focus on the apocalypse is gripping Christians in America, and many have been intrigued by Biblical prophecies for years.
Atlanta - After nearly 100 years of calling downtown Atlanta home, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing (GBCN) has moved 15 miles up I-85 to Mercer University's Cecil B. Day Graduate and Professional Campus and to a new state-of-the-art facility.
"Alumni are very grateful for the long support of Dean Gunby, and we are very happy to honor her with this gift," said Dare Domico, a 1968 graduate who serves her alma mater as an associate professor. "The beginning of the graduate program has been a dream of Dr. Gunby for several years, and we share in the excitement that it will soon be a reality."
For the third time within a year, a representative from the Mercer Law School will appear on Jeopardy, the popular night-time television game show.