It’s 9 a.m., and there’s a lot of excitement in the Parish House of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown Macon. Children are standing up in front of pews stomping their feet and chanting. A college student beats a...
For many, clean water comes as easily as the turn of a faucet knob. However, roughly 2 billion people in the world lack access to this resource that’s essential to their life, health and food supplies, according to the...
Middle school students learned how to make bouncy balls and simple circuits at two workshops hosted by Mercer University’s chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.  The activities, held March 23-24 in the Engineering Building on the Macon campus, taught...
Mercer’s Go Baby Go program puts smiles on the faces of kids with limited mobility while empowering them and helping them gain more independence.
Dr. Jose Pino’s passion for teaching and service has taken him from Colombia to Spain, New York and Georgia. Through each chapter of his career, he’s remained dedicated to and heavily involved in his community, including in Middle Georgia...
Nearly every Mercer University student who was selected for the Peace Corps over the last five years has at least one thing in common: They participated in the University’s Peace Corps Prep certificate program.  Mercer started its Peace Corps Prep...
A class in Mercer University’s College of Professional Advancement is teaching students how they can leverage artificial intelligence and social media to create public health awareness campaigns.  Dr. Sabrina Walthall, professor of science, teaches BIOL 210: Biology of Disease each...
An endowed scholarship spearheaded by a Mercer University alumna is nearing the fundraising goal that will make it a reality. The Diversity in Nursing Scholarship for Mercer’s College of Nursing was initiated three years ago by Jasmine Garrett Ellington,...
Mercer University faculty in the Department of Informatics and Mathematics are sharing their expertise with the community through free, public information sessions at the Alpharetta Library.  Dr. Awatef Ben Ramadan, assistant professor and program coordinator for information technology and informatics,...
Some Mercer University students recently got a firsthand look at migration near the Mexico border and volunteered with groups serving migrants who crossed into the U.S.  Dr. Katherine Roseau, assistant professor of French, and Libertad Aranza, lecturer of Spanish, took...

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