Ken Blair is a Mercer Bear through and through. The many hats he wears in his professional and personal life show his commitment to the University and the Macon community. Blair earned his bachelor’s degree at Mercer in 2013,...
A Mercer theology student can be heard on a nationally broadcast radio program on Nov. 24.  Victoria Lawson, a second-year Master of Divinity student at the McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, recorded a sermon for Day 1 and was interviewed by...
From reusable glass syringes and white pleated uniforms, starched caps and polished shoes … to disposable needles and scrubs. Nursing has changed quite a bit since Sarah Gilliland Sims and her daughter, Marilyn Gray, went through training, but the profession’s...
Nancey Price stays busy pursuing passions in art, writing and philanthropy, as well as in her job as the office manager for the Business Innovation Group at Georgia Southern’s Parker College of Business. A Statesboro resident, she graduated from Mercer with a bachelor’s degree in...
A Tift College of Education alumna is spreading positivity throughout her school and district.   Kate Christian, a 2018 Mercer graduate, teaches third grade at Rice Creek Elementary in Columbia, South Carolina. Her class read the book Wonder earlier this year, and an...
Erica T. Taylor, ’14, Staff Attorney for the Saturday Lawyer Program Erica Taylor has dreamed about being a lawyer since she was 7. Although her perception of what lawyers do has shifted since then, she is happily living her dream...
Chris Henderson is a senior research engineer and head of the technology applications branch at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Atlanta. He lives in Kennesaw with wife Danielle, who was his high school sweetheart, and daughters Emma and Abby,...
Anthony Snipes is the city manager of Missouri City, Texas. In April, he was elected national president of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators. Originally from Americus, Snipes said he was attracted to Mercer University because of its...
DeAlvah “Dee” H. Simms ’88 First Child Advocate in Georgia by Elliza Guta, Mercer Law Class of 2022 When I walked into Crisis Line and Safe House of Central Georgia three years ago, I could have never anticipated the impact the organization...
MACON – Mercer Law School is pleased to welcome three new visiting faculty members, two new adjuncts and an interim library director this year. Yesterday, Billie Jo Kaufman (photo above) became the interim director of the Furman Smith Law Library...

TOP POSTS

MUST READ