Mercer News

The latest news from around the University


Debater Cam Wade named top speaker at Mile High Swing

MACON – Mercer University debater Cam Wade was named top speaker at the 16th annual Mile High Swing, traditionally the nation’s largest parliamentary debate competition...
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Mercer named a member of U.S. CYBERCOM Academic Engagement Network

MACON – Mercer University was recently selected as a member of the U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) Academic Engagement Network (AEN), consisting of 84 colleges and...
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Faculty and Staff Notables

College of Education Dr. Robbie J. Marsh, assistant professor of special education, co-authored “Updated meta-analysis on the research on response cards” in the Journal of...
Otis Moss III

School of Theology appoints renowned pastor Otis Moss III as professor of homiletics

ATLANTA – Internationally renowned pastor the Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, who is currently serving as visiting professor of preaching at Mercer University’s McAfee School...
Bill Solomon

Longtime general counsel Bill Solomon to retire in January

Promotions announced in Office of General Counsel MACON – William G. Solomon IV, Mercer University’s chief attorney for the last quarter century, has announced his...
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Mercer recognized among The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools

ATLANTA/MACON – Mercer has one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to The Princeton Review®, which chose the University for its list, Best...



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.
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 &...

Glenda Grant appointed executive director of GRHIC

MACON – Glenda Grant, who has served as interim executive director of the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center (GRHIC) at Mercer University School of Medicine since April 6, 2021, has...
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...