“The goal was and continues to be to have a small and intimate space in which students and professors can engage in conversation about important economic, social and political topics,” business professor Antonio Saravia said.
“I hope that Mercer Review becomes a similar premiere student-run and student-researched publication,” Wilson said. “This is a great way for Mercer undergraduates to get involved through reworking class projects or exploring new ideas.”
“Students who participate in these courses will gain valuable experience, build relationships with members of the Foreign Service and learn more about international cooperation,” Davis said.
“I love seeing students’ eyes light up when they hear or see something new, especially when it relates to the German language,” Edward Weintraut said.
“We really want to bridge the gap between Mercer students and the community because we believe it is so important to give back to the community,” Special Service Coordinator for MerServe Drew Boyett said.
“The structure will definitely make us a more competitive program when it comes to realistic training,” Mann said.
The event will conclude with a question and answer session. The event is free and open to the public.
Faculty Feature: Biology professor Linda Hensel uses biofilms to inspire next generation of researchersBy Dean Yusuf | February 28
Each year, Dr. Hensel and her student researchers have been developing drugs to test against different biofilms with many of these students producing enough research to present at BEAR Day and research conferences all over the nation.
“We weren’t sure if we’d be able to pull this off, but through great help from SGA and great volunteer help, we’ve been able to pull it back together for the first time in two years.” Caroline Ulsaker, the president of Mercer Asia, said.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, staff photographer Lux Corrona captured the happy couples of Mercer and asked them about their relationships.
The Founder’s Day program will take place in Willingham Auditorium at 10:20 a.m. on Wednesday.
BYX has begun the process of becoming official on Mercer's campus. Starting this semester, they begin their year-long provisionary period as a colony, during which they must meet certain criteria.
"Rural communities deserve the same quality of care and access to care as urban communities,” said Dr. Jean Sumner, dean of the School of Medicine.
“I felt really lucky to even be in another country at the moment, and it felt like I was living my dream.”
Dark roast, medium roast and honey-processed coffee are now offered to students dining at the Fresh Food Company.
"Don’t let it be just a visual, don’t let it be just a march," Davis said. "You become the help that others need.”