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...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Peace Corps announced today that Mercer University ranked No. 5 among more than 140 Peace Corps Prep schools on the agency’s list of top certificate-issuing institutions in 2020. Mercer issued 28 certificates to seniors and juniors...
ATLANTA/MACON – Mercer University was recently accepted for membership in United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), an initiative that aligns higher education institutions with the United Nations in supporting and contributing to the realization of U.N. goals and mandates, including the...
ATLANTA/MACON – Three families with deep ties to Mercer honored the University and its School of Medicine’s founding mission to serve the citizens of rural Georgia by retiring more than $4.3 million in medical debt for nearly 3,000 individuals...
Mercer University engineering students are helping low-income homeowners save money and conserve energy by installing solar power systems on five Macon homes. The solar photovoltaic systems, which homeowners can monitor using an app, will produce enough energy to cover 75%...
MACON – Mercer University today announced the establishment of the Cecil Day Family Center for International Groundwater Innovation. The new center, led by Dr. Michael MacCarthy, will accelerate efforts in the Mercer On Mission program and the School of Engineering...
A team of Mercer University students and faculty are on their way to Rwanda for the sole Mercer On Mission experience of 2020. The summer programs were canceled due to COVID-19, but special precautions and regulations have made this...
Mercer University aims to continue its tradition of being one of Central Georgia’s most generous workplaces as it kicks off this year’s United Way campaign with a Sept. 23 luncheon on Cruz Plaza. Last year, the University raised a record...
MACON – Mercer University School of Engineering on May 21 presented its latest version of Touch3D Yearbooks to the graduating class at Macon’s Georgia Academy for the Blind (GAB). The 3D yearbook project was initially conceptualized by Dr. Sinjae Hyun, professor...
https://youtu.be/WM4d0V4Qukw A 12-year-old girl named Harriet. A 5-year-old boy named Nathan. They are written into the pages of Bibb County historical deed books, right beside the sale of land and horses. These black children are among more than 400 records of...

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