What happens when you combine the creativity of art students with the compassion of nursing students? At Mount Mercy University, you find a wall covered in 150 ceramic IV bags that proudly display how an education steeped in Mercy Values equips nursing students for a lifetime of compassionate care. Senior […]
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Mount Mercy Professor Emeritus Jane Gilmor published a career monograph of her work as an Iowan artist: I’ll Be Back For The Cat in fall of 2012. In addition to local appearances, Gilmor made an appearance in New York City at A.I.R. Gallery alongside art historian Joy Sperling for a […]
Can a piece of art be a window into a terminally ill child’s hopes and fears? Can it enable you to imagine what it would be like to be homeless? Can it serve as a tool to reach the community? Mount Mercy Professor of Art Jane Gilmor’s work can, and […]
I had the opportunity recently to travel to New York City over the Thanksgiving holiday. Specifically, I was in Brooklyn visiting my sister-in-law. While on our trek through Brooklyn for a variety of sundries, I had the pleasure of seeing a name I recognized. I wasn’t expecting to see a […]
There is always a (brief) lull following the publication of an edition of the Mount Mercy Magazine. Lately, however, the lull is more of a cat-nap than a restful slumber. The 2008-09 President’s Report just hit homes earlier this week and already our staff is meeting to flesh out story […]