This semester, Mercer University political science students have been helping their peers register to vote and understand why their vote matters.  Dr. Chris Grant, professor and chairman of the Political Science Department, has been teaching his “Campaigns and Elections” course...
ATLANTA – Dr. Melanie Pavich, associate professor of interdisciplinary studies and history in Penfield College, has been awarded a grant of nearly $2,000 to support continuing research and service by Mercer students and faculty focused on preservation of African-American...
ATLANTA — Mercer University College of Education’s AgSTEM partnership with a group of schools in Gwinnett County recently added another collaborator in Grace Hope Church that will further serve the goal of making strides in STEM education and have...
Many students see the world through study abroad and service opportunities during their time at Mercer, and some choose to change the world as Peace Corps volunteers after graduation. Six students have already accepted Peace Corps offers this year, and...
With the help of his students, a Mercer University faculty member plans to spruce up some of Macon’s Little Free Libraries this fall. But, he needs a little help from the community before the work can begin. Dr. Tom Bullington,...
Mercer University School of Medicine student volunteers will hold a donation drive for personal protective equipment and other items in an effort to support area hospitals. The drive will take place 1-5 p.m. Friday in the parking lot of Mercer...
With the support of Mercer and several donors, free COVID-19 testing was offered at Daybreak Day Resource Center in Macon on Thursday. Mercer Medicine, the primary care practice and division of the faculty practice of Mercer School of Medicine,...
Early voting is underway in Georgia, and Mercer University students have several opportunities to cast their ballots for the Nov. 3 presidential election.  Mobilize Mercer, a nonpartisan voting initiative focused on raising voter awareness and participation on the Macon campus, is encouraging students to plan to vote early and in...
MACON – Mercer University’s 15th annual Building the Beloved Community Symposium will welcome keynote speaker Dr. Claudia May, associate professor and director of reconciliation studies at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, Feb. 26-27 on the Macon campus. The symposium begins...
MACON - Eight Mercer University graduates have been selected to participate in two highly selective national and international service programs upon graduation on May 10. Rizza Ibanez, of Milledgeville, Ga., will enter the Peace Corps, while seven other members of the class of 2008 will participate in Teach For America, the rigorous and nationally competitive program that places top college graduates in low-income schools across the nation.

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