A dozen Mercer University students are preparing to pitch their bright ideas for changing the world, with hopes of receiving funding to put them into action. Mercer’s Quality Enhancement Plan/Research That Reaches Out office is hosting its annual Visionary Student...
Mercer continued its work bringing clean water to underserved communities in the Dominican Republic earlier this summer during a three-week Mercer On Mission trip. 
One by one, the Rwandan people shared their personal experiences from the 1994 genocide, many for the first time. The stories were difficult to tell and difficult to hear, but it was an important step in learning how to manage past trauma and help others do the same. 
How an innovative, 12-month nursing program in Atlanta will help fill the demand ATLANTA – The nationwide nursing shortage is expected to hit critical levels over the next decade, and Georgia is no exception. That’s why Mercer University is expanding...
For nearly seven years, Mercer University has been a key partner in the United Way of Central Georgia’s Read United initiative. Each year, 200 Bears serve as Read2Succeed tutors to Bibb County elementary school students, helping them to improve...
Some of the sixth-graders hadn’t put much thought into their future. But by the end of the semester, they had dreams for their careers and goals to help get them there.   Twenty-four Mercer students worked with 48 students at Ballard Hudson Middle School during the...
Mercer University seniors Taylor Jolly and Heaven Woods have been selected to serve the Peace Corps following graduation this spring.
https://youtu.be/qpjDwuNq31s Summer travels to India helped Mercer University students see the world through new eyes. A Mercer On Mission (MOM) group worked with visually impaired children and deepened interfaith understanding through research and dialogue. Six Penfield College students and six McAfee...
A Mercer University team exploring ways to reduce the release of toxic chemicals in artisanal and small-scale gold mining continued its work in Guyana this summer.
Mercer University senior Ashlyn Sheppard and her mother have teamed up to make masks for essential workers in and around her hometown of Stapleton in Jefferson County.  Sheppard and her mother have been making masks since March. So far, they...

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