https://youtu.be/hrUpPC8iQxw Mercer University students and faculty made a big impact during a medical mission trip to Honduras this summer. Over the course of nine days, they saw 1,510 patients, handed out 4,995 prescriptions and logged 1,560 hours of service. Eight medical students, two nursing students, three...
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...
Many Mercer University College of Pharmacy students have sought out ways to help their communities combat the new coronavirus. Several pharmacy students and their employers put to good use the Georgia Board of Pharmacy’s recent policy allowing pharmacies to temporarily...
Mercer University senior Kaitlyn Koontz has been selected to serve the Peace Corps as a community health volunteer in Ethiopia beginning in January.
Twenty-nine Mercer students got up close and personal with the midterm election this fall. They learned what it means to get out the vote and why young voters matter during Dr. Chris Grant’s Campaigns and Elections course. Dr. Grant, professor...
https://youtu.be/kZQvAptk3N8 They set out for Peru with plans to earn a few course credits while immersed in a new culture. They returned 18 days later as changed young adults with broadened views of life far beyond Mercer University. Accompanied by nine...
MACON – MU Miracle, a philanthropic student organization on Mercer University’s Macon campus, raised more than $82,000 for the Atrium Health Navicent Beverly Knight Olson Children’s Hospital through various community service efforts throughout the school year. This year’s grand total...
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...
Sixteen Mercer students traded their vacation time for volunteer time this week. The fourth annual Spring Break for Service from MerServe, the student-led service leadership board for the Macon campus, kicked off Sunday afternoon and wrapped up at 2...
Mercer University’s mission to produce students majoring in changing the world is directly aligned with the personal ethos of senior biology major Krupa Patel, a mentor for the Village Book Builders. The Village Book Builders is a nonprofit organization that...

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