It didn't take long for Mercer University's most decorated student-athlete to get noticed by the pros. In 2016, Mercer baseball standout Kyle Lewis won the Golden Spikes Award, given annually to the top amateur...
While strolling throughout the various campuses of Mercer University, one may notice the many banners hanging alongside the lampposts that read, “At Mercer, everyone majors in changing the world.” This message may be interpreted...
It was a time of growth, not just for students as they prepared for their future but for Mercer University itself. In the four years leading up to commencement, the Class of 1970 witnessed history and change...
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...
Andrea Cooke is a dreamer.   “Probably an extreme dreamer,” she admits. “And I’m also an optimist, so I believe that all things are possible.”   Right now, she is focusing her dreams on...
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...
Rising senior McPherson Newell is possibly the most-decorated student in a single year at Mercer University. This year alone Newell was named a Goldwater Scholar, a Newman Civic Fellow, a Truman Scholarship finalist, and...
Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) second-year Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) student Alexis Strahan was recently selected as an Anne C. Carter Global Health Fellow by the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA). The two-year fellowship is...
With the upcoming election just days away, many are engaged in the discussion of political issues not only in conversations with colleagues and loved ones, but also, undoubtedly, on social media. One Mercer University...
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...

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