Dr. Lane Wakefield, assistant professor of sports marketing and analytics at Mercer University's Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, talks about how social media and online discussion can ease consumer concerns during a time of limited exposure to other traditional methods...
A reader asks: How do I get the help I need when face-to-face tutoring isn't available?
Dr. Antonio Saravia, associate professor of economics and director of Center for the Study of Economics and Liberty at Mercer University's Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, outlines options for sustainable economic recovery following the onset of COVID-19. https://youtu.be/qhWeWyw11bs Photo by Kaique Rocha from Pexels
As a college student, one of the career strategies imperative for success is building a professional network. Now, in this virtual world we are navigating, we must all learn how to connect differently with people to create and maintain...
Each person’s Mercer story is unique, but we all chose Mercer for one reason—to make a difference. Students, faculty members, and alumni have all been deeply impacted by Mercer’s mission. https://youtu.be/ZJpBJDpXW5U https://youtu.be/o864_7VwP60 https://youtu.be/6l8FiFyWxQg
A reader asks: Does Mercer offer any guidance or assistance to students to help them find careers after graduation?
Dr. Gina Miller, professor of marketing at Mercer University's Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, defines services marketing and discusses the shifting industry strategies to match increasing demand during the coronavirus pandemic. https://youtu.be/q4NiUWiPPPw
Dr. Julie Petherbridge, dean of the Mercer University Stetson-Hatcher School of Business; Dr. Vijaya Subrahmanyam, associate dean; and C. Ben Harnsberger, professor of finance, lead a conversation exploring how the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act differs...
A reader asks: What advice do you have for a new student?
Six Mercer University seniors are tentatively looking forward to their plans after graduation. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has brought unexpected changes, they have hope and want to encourage the class of 2020 to think positively about the future. https://youtu.be/enwE4dYoVBw