Jerome Gratigny helps solve technology issues related to teaching, learning | Worker Bears

Jerome Gratigny
Jerome Gratigny

It takes a lot of people to make Mercer University the institution that it is. The students have and always will be the lifeblood of our University, but Mercer wouldn’t be Mercer without expert faculty members to pass on their knowledge and highly-skilled staff members to manage day-to-day operations. Our “Worker Bears” series highlights the Mercer employees who work tirelessly, often behind the scenes, to care for our University and our students.

Meet Jerome A. Gratigny

Title: Director of Academic Technology Services for the Macon campus

How long he’s worked at Mercer: 14 1/2 years

What he does: “I provide training, support and consultation for various applications related to teaching and learning technologies like Canvas and Zoom. I work with faculty, staff and students on a wide array of technologies including Mercer’s content management system to edit web pages or providing training for students creating digital stories or other technology-related projects.”

What he loves most about his work: “Working with faculty and students to solve problems. I enjoy helping people and solving problems. Over the years I have been at Mercer, I have seen the growth and development of technology. It is great to be a part of this growth and helping people to use our various technologies such as Canvas and Zoom, which have seen exponential growth since the pandemic.” 


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