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Director of Center Operations Scott Mahone named Veteran Champion of the Year

ATLANTA/MACON – Mercer University Director of Center Operations and retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Scott Mahone was recently named one of 19 inaugural Veteran Champions...
Ashlee Lee

Ph.D. student selected as speaker for National Math + Science Initiative

ATLANTA – Ashlee Lee, a Ph.D. candidate in Mercer University’s College of Education, was recently selected to participate as a speaker in the National...

McDuffie Center for Strings scholarship established in memory of 1927 Mercer Law graduate Ralph...

MACON – Atlanta-area philanthropist Carol Lynn Eden has pledged at least $2.5 million to endow scholarships in memory of her late father, Ralph Moseley Eden,...
Karen J. Sneddon receives legal writing award.

Mercer law professor Karen J. Sneddon accepts National Legal Writing Award

Mercer University School of Law Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development Karen J. Sneddon recently received the 2020 Teresa Godwin Phelps...
Stacey Young Rivers

Ph.D. student Stacey Young Rivers receives national award for excellence in STEM

ATLANTA – Stacey Young Rivers, a Ph.D. candidate in Mercer University’s Tift College of Education, is a 2021 recipient of the Women of Color...

MFT student selected for prestigious minority fellowship program

MACON – Mercer University School of Medicine Master of Family Therapy (MFT) student Carson Outler was recently accepted to the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP-Y) offered by...

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Statue of Jesse Mercer on the Mercer campus.

Mercer Rises Five Spots Among U.S. News Best Value National Universities

MACON – Mercer University remains in the top tier of national universities and is among the top 35 best values in U.S. News &...

Mercer School of Medicine Holds Commencements

Mercer University’s School of Medicine will hold its commencements this week, with a Macon ceremony on Friday and the Savannah commencement on Saturday. The commencements are the first of the University’s five over the next two weeks. In all, the University will confer more than 1,800 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in May during five commencements in Macon, Atlanta and Savannah.
Elizabeth Tammi

Junior Elizabeth Tammi to Host Book Signing for Debut Novel

MACON – Mercer University junior Elizabeth Tammi, a creative writing and journalism double-major from Oviedo, Florida, will release her debut novel, Outrun the Wind, on...

Mercer Law Announces The Adam A. Milani Disability Law Writing Competition Results

In September, Mercer Law announced the results from The Adam A. Milani Disability Law Writing Competition. The competition is a national disability law writing competition sponsored...

Dean Cathy Cox Joins Law Deans in Public Statement on 2020 Election and Events...

Today, 157 Law School Deans from schools across the country published a statement addressing the 2020 election and the events that took place in...

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