Mercer University students put their business knowledge to practical use in a different country and culture during the latest Mercer On Mission (MOM) experience. Last month, Associate Professor of Marketing Dr. Etienne Musonera and Stetson-Hatcher School of Business Interim Dean...
Thirty-six Mercer University students are studying, stocking and cataloguing books for Little Free Libraries in Macon. Dr. Tom Bullington, lecturer of liberal arts at Mercer for three years now, developed this new service learning project for his Integrative Curriculum (INT)...
Mercer University students are playing a major role in administering COVID-19 vaccines to the Atlanta community.  For the past two Saturdays, March 6 and 13, students in the physician assistant program in the College of Health Professions gave a combined 2,000...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Peace Corps announced today that Mercer University ranked No. 5 among more than 140 Peace Corps Prep schools on the agency’s list of top certificate-issuing institutions in 2020. Mercer issued 28 certificates to seniors and juniors...
The COVID-19 pandemic leaves many feeling helpless, but one Mercer University School of Law graduate found purpose up in the air. Ivy Cadle, a 2007 graduate, literally took to the skies as an Angel Flight volunteer pilot, flying test specimens to labs...
Mercer University students, faculty and staff are invited to march for unity, equality and justice on Jan. 14. Mercer’s Minority Mentor Program and Office of Diversity and Inclusion are hosting the third annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Living...
A new scholarship for Mercer University’s College of Nursing aims to increase racial and ethnic diversity among nursing students as well as in the nursing profession.  The Diversity in Nursing Scholarship was initiated by Jasmine Garrett, who graduated from Mercer...
Hundreds of students are expected to participate in over a dozen service projects as part of Mercer University’s Be a Good NeighBear event, which kicks off Sept. 26.  This year’s event, put on annually by MerServe, features two days of service projects — Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 — with activities in between.   “For so many of...
Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) students are organizing volunteer efforts during COVID-19, including a grocery delivery service for high-risk residents in the Savannah area. Local resident Margaret Miller was on the receiving end of what she referred to as...
Andrea Cooke is a dreamer.   “Probably an extreme dreamer,” she admits. “And I’m also an optimist, so I believe that all things are possible.”   Right now, she is focusing her dreams on bettering the Macon community, where she’s working to eliminate barriers...

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