MACON – Mercer University School of Engineering on May 21 presented its latest version of Touch3D Yearbooks to the graduating class at Macon’s Georgia Academy for the Blind (GAB). The 3D yearbook project was initially conceptualized by Dr. Sinjae Hyun, professor...
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...
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...
https://youtu.be/ZTKwNKOx9Gw Mercer University students and faculty got down to business in Rwanda this summer, but they also put a lot of heart behind their work. Dr. Etienne Musonera and Dr. Carol Cagle from the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and...
MACON – Mercer University seniors Fabian Kopp and Nishi Patel were recently selected to serve the Peace Corps in Kosovo and Benin, respectively. Kopp, from Macon, is an international affairs major with a minor in ethics, leadership and service. Following...
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...
Summer camps hosted by Mercer University are teaching science, technology, engineering and math concepts to middle and high school students while also giving future teachers experience in the field.  The College of Education and School of Engineering wrapped up the...
MACON – Campus Compact, a national nonprofit organization working to advance civic engagement and service-learning in higher education, recently selected Mercer University junior Johna Wright among the organization’s 2019 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows. The Newman Civic Fellowship, named for...
It’s no secret that service is one of the pillars of Mercer. At a University where “everyone majors in changing the world,” students are encouraged to get involved in the community early and regularly, and there are many ways...
One year after graduating from Mercer University, Kayla Beasley is making an impact in Uganda as a Peace Corps volunteer. Her work mainly focuses on HIV prevention among youth, adolescent girls and young women, but it’s wide-ranging — also touching...

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