Close to 700 people in Georgia reported postpartum depressive symptoms in 2020, though the number of unreported cases likely makes that number much higher.
$200 million from CHOA will fund scholarships, training and improvements for providers in rural parts of the state
A Georgia Court of Appeals judge has died at age 64. The court says Judge Clyde Reese died on Saturday.
On the Wednesday, Nov. 30 edition of the Georgia Today podcast: Hurricane season is over, Mercer is putting a spotlight on women's rights, a former Georgia prosecutor charged with hindering the police investigation into the killing of Ahmaud Arbery has been ordered to appear before a judge
The exhibit, “Women’s Rights are Human Rights,” was curated by Elizabeth Resnick, a graphic designer and curator out of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Its namesake is from a 1995 speech by then-first lady Hillary Clinton.
The federal department of education is granting $9.6 million to a partnership between five Georgia school systems and Mercer University’s Tift College of Education. The aim of the partnership is luring mid-career people to teaching.
Around the country, colleges and universities are beginning to work through their historical relationships to the institution of slavery. Sometimes the history is well documented, even if ignored. In other cases, the connection between higher learning and slavery requires some detective work.
Monday on Political Rewind: Former U.S. Sen. Sam Nunn offers his insights on Ukraine. Then we talk to Mercer University professor Christ Grant, who watched the crisis unfold while in Ukraine earlier this year, and Ukrainian native Tetiana Lendiel.
The next generation of healthcare professionals will soon be walking the halls of Mercer University School of Medicine’s new Columbus campus.
Students learn faster when they can see the evidence before their eyes, educators told Georgia lawmakers during a recent committee meeting on outdoor learning.
Mercer’s Walter F. George School of Law named a courtroom after him when he pledged $1 million over a 10-year period in 2016. Now, some students and faculty are advocating for his name to be removed due to his controversial internet presence.
In 1968, Macon’s Gwendolyn Payton approached the head of Mercer University’s art department. She wanted to discuss pursuing an art degree. He told her she didn’t have what it took to earn one, because she was Black.
Over 30 students at Mercer University have tested positive for COVID-19.
Mercer University is rolling out a new care package program to provide students, faculty, and staff the resources they need in order to help minimize...
Madison Moore, the Mercer University student who was called a "lying dog-faced pony soldier" by former Vice President and presidential candidate Joe...