After a required audit that included a hand count of all votes cast in Georgia's presidential election, President Donald Trump still could request a recount, according to Mercer Law Dean Cathy Cox.  “We still have many miles to go before results are final in...
Get to know Mercer University‘s faculty members a little better through our “Faculty Flashback” series. Some of our professors will be sharing personal and professional details of their lives in a Q&A as well as then-and-now photos from...
One Mercer alumna is making a difference in social justice and civic engagement one day at a time with her dedication to educating Macon citizens about what power they hold in their community. Sheknita...
Brian Holland is the founding pastor of Phoenix Community Church of Atlanta and owner of Phoenix Roasters. He graduated from Mercer’s Atlanta campus with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1989 before attending New Orleans Baptist...
A Mercer University professor is working to call students’ attention to a global issue by tying it to a recent Hollywood blockbuster. Dr. Chinekwu Obidoa’s INT 301 course on “Globalization: Africa’s Experiences” is hosting a...
Justis Ward entered Mercer University with plans to become a doctor but left with an unexpected and newfound purpose.A biochemistry and molecular biology major, he followed that career path without hesitation until his senior year. By spring,...
Grace Maloney’s classroom looks like what you might expect a third-grade science and social studies teacher’s room to look like.   There’s a white board, maps hung up on the walls and trash cans with heat lamps set...
Fifty years ago, more than 150 students graduated from Mercer University in Macon. As we recognize their golden anniversary, some of the members of the Class of 1970 reflected on how Mercer shaped them. Read their words...
The Hon. Mary Alice Buckner isn’t kidding when she says she didn’t think of herself as a history maker. She didn’t know she was one. In fact, it wasn’t until a few years ago...
A Mercer University professor is gaining attention for her straightforward way of explaining Georgia’s COVID-19 data to the public.  Dr. Amber Schmidtke, assistant professor of microbiology in the School of Medicine, began posting on Facebook about data related to the novel coronavirus in March. 

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