Building on the momentum of its first Women in Leadership Series, Mercer University’s Center for Executive Education is offering a second round of free webinars for women leaders.  The webinars will explore topics such as maintaining long-term excellence in leadership, managing priorities during a job search, cultivating inclusivity...
MU Miracle, a philanthropic organization on Mercer University’s campus, raised more than $84,000 for the Atrium Health Navicent Beverly Knight Olson Children’s Hospital through various community service efforts throughout the school year. The grand total of $84,355.67 was a...
Mercer University students are playing a major role in administering COVID-19 vaccines to the Atlanta community.  For the past two Saturdays, March 6 and 13, students in the physician assistant program in the College of Health Professions gave a combined 2,000...
ATLANTA — Mercer University College of Education’s AgSTEM partnership with a group of schools in Gwinnett County recently added another collaborator in Grace Hope Church that will further serve the goal of making strides in STEM education and have...
The Atlanta Science Festival returns this year with two weeks of science-related activities for curious children and adults.  The festival, which Mercer University and the Mercer Health Sciences Center have sponsored each year since its inception in 2014, will take place March 13-27 and includes more than 80 virtual, self-guided and outdoor...
A dozen Mercer University students are preparing to pitch their bright ideas for changing the world, with hopes of receiving funding to put them into action. Mercer’s Quality Enhancement Plan/Research That Reaches Out office is hosting its annual Visionary Student...
In response to the stress, anxiety and uncertainty of the world today, Dr. Laura Simon created a course that centers around joy.  The Mercer University assistant professor of sociology teaches Integrative Curriculum (INT) 201: Building Community every other spring, but...
Mercer University School of Medicine students know there are a lot of COVID-19 vaccines that need to be administered and not a lot of manpower to do it. So, they are stepping up to receive vaccine training and volunteer...
First-year student-athletes at Mercer University are learning how a little bit of community involvement can make a big impact.
Mercer University students put their business knowledge to practical use in a different country and culture during the latest Mercer On Mission (MOM) experience. Last month, Associate Professor of Marketing Dr. Etienne Musonera and Stetson-Hatcher School of Business Interim Dean...

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