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Hannah Smith: engineer with a heart for service

Hannah Smith: engineer with a heart for service

Megan Rosinko, Staff writer

February 25, 2016

“Give a man a fish, he’ll live for a day. Teach a man to fish, he’ll live for a lifetime,” the blonde-haired, bright-eyed junior Hannah Smith said as she discussed long-term growth in developing nations. Smith is a student at Mercer University with a big heart for service and a love for inte...

Engineering School’s last original faculty plans to retire

Engineering School’s last original faculty plans to retire

Marin Guta, Digital Editor

November 11, 2015

One of Mercer University’s original engineering faculty members, Jack Mahaney, will retire in June after serving as an associate professor of mechanical engineering for 30 years. In spring 1985, Mahaney saw an ad  from the university that they were trying to hire a founding dean for its new engineering ...

The Society of American Military Engineers is Mercer's new kid on the block

The Society of American Military Engineers is Mercer's new kid on the block

Sarah Pounds

March 3, 2015

The motion to make the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) a recognized Mercer student organization passed unanimously March 3. The group, headed by sophomore Matthew Long, is part of a national organization that has over 50 student chapters across the nation. They focus on  “maintaini...

Students compete in Mercer Innovation Chase, engineering teams conjure up community-based aid business proposals

Patrick Hobbs

March 30, 2011

Last Sunday concluded the Mercer Innovation Chase, a three-day competition held by the Mercer Entrepreneurship Engineering Education Program (MEEEP) where teams designed prototypes and proposed business models on a given topic. During the course of the event, two teams participated in rapid series of...

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