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...
The quest for equal rights and justice sought by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues as the country observes the holiday named in his honor.  Judge W. Louis Sands, the keynote speaker at Mercer University’s third annual Living the Dream event on Jan. 14, reminded students,...
The world needs strong, ethical leaders now more than ever, and Mercer University’s Center for Leadership and Ethics is committed to developing the global leaders required for today’s challenges and opportunities. “We want to bridge the gap between schools, colleges...
Mercer University students, faculty and staff are invited to march for unity, equality and justice on Jan. 14. Mercer’s Minority Mentor Program and Office of Diversity and Inclusion are hosting the third annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Living...
COVID-19 news has been dominating headlines for months, but during the chaos of the ever-changing health guidelines and social distancing orders, one part of the population has become increasingly more isolated. “For seniors who have been stuck by themselves for...
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...
Every night until mid-January, Mercer Village will be a festival of lights for all to enjoy. The annual Light More Homes Christmas Celebration benefiting Macon Area Habitat for Humanity has relocated to Montpelier Avenue and will be visible nightly...
Thirty-six Mercer University students are studying, stocking and cataloguing books for Little Free Libraries in Macon. Dr. Tom Bullington, lecturer of liberal arts at Mercer for three years now, developed this new service learning project for his Integrative Curriculum (INT)...
Students in a Mercer University class didn’t get to say goodbye in person to the elementary school kids they had been tutoring, so they did it through storytime videos. For the first time this spring, Dr. Amy Borchardt had students...
A new scholarship for Mercer University’s College of Nursing aims to increase racial and ethnic diversity among nursing students as well as in the nursing profession.  The Diversity in Nursing Scholarship was initiated by Jasmine Garrett, who graduated from Mercer...

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