Mercer University students are helping solve real-world challenges related to foreign policy through the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomacy Lab. The University’s first Diplomacy Lab course took place last semester, with students in Dr. Rachael Goodman’s poverty alleviation class examining...
Mercer Law School has launched a new program to help Central Georgians file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief who otherwise would not be able to afford it. A straightforward liquidation bankruptcy, Chapter 7 enables people to get a fresh financial...
Mercer Service Scholars capped off a semester of volunteering at an after-school program with a holiday celebration for the elementary students they got to know and love. “We all formed such a tight bond with some of the students,” said...
BRUNSWICK – Mercer University’s College of Professional Advancement recently received a $2,500 grant from Georgia Humanities for its latest work in a nearly decade-long research-based, service-learning project to document African American history in Coastal Georgia. For the past nine years,...
MACON – Dr. Chinekwu Obidoa, associate professor of global health and Africana studies, and students in her INT 301 course, titled Globalization: Africa’s Experiences, will present an exhibit Nov. 30 in the Connell Student Center breezeway to raise awareness...
More than 100 students, faculty, staff and trustees gathered on Nov. 11 at the School of Engineering to dedicate the new Sheridan Mercer On Mission Center, funded in 2021 by a $10 million endowment gift from the Phil J....
MACON – Mercer on Thursday announced the establishment of a transitional school for children with dyslexia to be built on the University’s Macon campus. Roberts Academy at Mercer University will be constructed, equipped and endowed through a major gift commitment by...
Editor’s note: Dr. David Hollar, associate professor in the Department of Community Medicine in Mercer University’s School of Medicine, shares below his recent experience as a lay chaplain helping with Hurricane Ian relief efforts in Florida. I recently had the...
Between balancing taking MBA classes and being director of human resources for a nonprofit organization, a Mercer student recently found time to publish her first children’s book. In July 2022, Therese Mullings published At and Peppermint, the Fat Cat, which...
Elliza Guta wrote legal briefs and petitions and helped prepare written and oral arguments that went before the Georgia Supreme Court — all while a student at Mercer Law School. The work Guta contributed through the school’s Habeas Project resulted...

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