https://youtu.be/1ShriaKiTck "It’s actually kind of amazing what you can accomplish in three weeks,” said Dr. Amy Nichols-Belo, assistant professor of global health studies and anthropology in Mercer’s College of Liberal Arts. She and Dr. Natalie Bourdon, associate professor of women’s and...
MACON – Mercer University’s 16th annual Building the Beloved Community Symposium will welcome as keynote speaker the Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, associate professor and program director of reconciliation studies at Seattle Pacific University, Feb. 10 on the Macon campus. The...
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.
MACON – Mercer University’s Engineering Scholars Program will host its latest Go Baby Go build on Oct. 27, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m., on University Center Intramural Court No. 3 to modify battery-powered toy cars for children with limited mobility. Go Baby...
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...
MACON - Mercer University is ranked in the top three in the Southeast for placement of Peace Corps volunteers among colleges and universities with fewer than 5,000 undergraduate students. In the most recent fiscal year, 11 Mercer graduates were serving in the Peace Corps around the world, putting Mercer in a third-place tie with Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn.
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...
A Mercer University staff member is leading an effort to help local businesses that are suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Though campus classrooms and buildings may seem quiet during virtual instruction in recent days due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a familiar hum and whir emanates from the Mercer University Theatre costume shop. The sound of sewing machines clicking their needles...
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,...

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