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...
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...
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,...
A Mercer University professor raising money for Ukrainian refugees now is offering a way to directly help three families driven out of their homes during the Russia-Ukraine war. The mothers and their daughters are staying in Poland with a friend...
MACON – Mercer University and the Bibb County School District today signed an agreement to establish the Mercer Bibb STEM Teaching Fellowship. The two parties will work together to recruit and enroll a cohort of five highly qualified teaching candidates, who...
First-year student-athletes at Mercer University are learning how a little bit of community involvement can make a big impact.
Mercer University senior Caleb Barefield has been selected to serve the Peace Corps as a community and youth development volunteer in Armenia beginning in March.
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...
The latest book by Regeneration Writers Press spotlights Macon’s Daybreak Center and the issues surrounding homelessness. “Daybreak: Radical Hospitality in Action” is the 10th published work from the press since its founding on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in...

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