As they prepare to become educators themselves, members of a Mercer University student organization regularly find ways to support teachers, students and the community. Mercer Educators in Action (MEIA) was founded nearly 15 years ago by former College of Education...
Building on the momentum of its first Women in Leadership Series, Mercer University’s Center for Executive Education is offering a second round of free webinars for women leaders.  The webinars will explore topics such as maintaining long-term excellence in leadership, managing priorities during a job search, cultivating inclusivity...
An award-winning short film produced in Middle Georgia and involving three Mercer Law School alumni is providing young people with eye-opening facts to help protect their futures. “Armed with Knowledge,” which tells the story of a young man named...
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...
MACON – Mercer University Class of 2020 graduates Emily Cadle, David Stokes and Mason Thornton were recently selected to serve the Peace Corps in Zambia, Morocco and Peru, respectively, bringing the institution’s total number of placements to six for...
MACON – A team of researchers involved in Mercer University’s Mercer On Mission program focused on reducing mercury pollution and human exposure to mercury in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) has been named a finalist for the Artisanal Mining...
Recent Mercer University graduate Emma Peel has been selected to serve in the Peace Corps as a health extension volunteer in Ecuador beginning next May.
For seven years, Mercer University students have raised awareness about sex trafficking and educated Macon-area ninth graders on its warning signs and dangers. When the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the college students from going into high schools this spring, the Traffick...
For nearly 20 years, a Mercer Law School program has been bridging a gap in legal assistance in Georgia while giving students experience working with real clients and cases.  The Habeas Project was founded by Sarah Gerwig-Moore in 2006 after...
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...

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