For three weeks every summer, a group of youngsters can be found battling robots, writing code and discovering the latest technology trends on Mercer’s Macon campus. The Creative Computer Camps have provided engaging and enriching experiences for kids for more...
The 24 women sat in a circle of chairs, half of them dressed in modern clothes and the other half in tan prison uniforms. They laughed, cheered and cried together like old friends as they reflected on their shared...
MACON/SAVANNAH/COLUMBUS — Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) recently announced its latest class of Primary Care Accelerated Track (ACT) Scholars.  Mercer’s Primary Care ACT Program was one of the first two programs of its kind to be created in the...
Two Mercer University School of Medicine professors are working to provide information, resources and support for autism care to rural Georgia communities through a two-part, grant-funded project. Dr. Sarah Rotschafer, assistant professor of neuroscience on the Savannah campus, and...
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...
Three Mercer University students noticed a void in mental health education in high schools, so they developed an interactive program to better reach local youth.  Rising sophomores Shan Khan, Manas Patel and Aleem Patni are members of a new student...
Mercer University School of Law earned the Attorney General’s Cup and reclaimed its title as champion of the 13th annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy, an eight-day, intrastate law school competition to help support food banks in Georgia. Nearly half of this...
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,...
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.
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...

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