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Mercer Illustrated: The Places, People, and Experiences of a Uniquely Impactful University

Foreword by: William D. UnderwoodText by: Gordon JohnstonManaging editor: Larry D. BrumleyOther: Matthew R. Smith, Jan Horne Crocker
Product Code: HH1047
ISBN: 9780881469387
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This folio of more than two hundred-fifty photographs with a foreword by President William D. Underwood and accompanying text by Gordon Johnston celebrates Georgia's oldest private university. Since its founding in 1833 in Penfield as Mercer Institute, Mercer University has educated tens of thousands of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, counting among its alumni twelve governors, twenty-five congressional representatives, a U.S. Attorney General, two Rhodes Scholars, two Pulitzer Prize winners, and many physicians, artists, poets, engineers, scientists, ministers, musicians, educators, judges, attorneys, business leaders, nurses, and pharmacists. Mercer University enrolls more than 9,000 students each academic year in twelve colleges and schools on campuses in Macon, Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus, and at centers in Henry and Douglas Counties. MERCER ILLUSTRATED highlights the places, people, spirit, and experiences that collectively contribute to Mercer's impact on the world. With sections depicting the university's campuses in Macon, Atlanta, Columbus, and Savannah and the academic, athletic, arts, service, and social events that nourish mind and soul and build community in each location, this collection offers a slice of Mercer life from all the areas of the world and the state that the University has come to call home over the last 191 years.
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