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Expanding opportunity
Academics / Spring 2015

Expanding opportunity

Mount Mercy adds scholarships, academic programs and services In the last year, new programs, scholarships and admission agreements have been implemented at Mount Mercy University —all focused on a few specific goals: making a Mount Mercy degree more affordable, accessible and applicable to emerging workplace trends. These new initiatives have […]

Mount Mercy’s ‘Pathways to Scholarship’ Quality Initiative increases faculty/student partnerships
Academics / Spring 2013

Mount Mercy’s ‘Pathways to Scholarship’ Quality Initiative increases faculty/student partnerships

Through its successful Quality Initiative, Mount Mercy’s campus has seen an increase in faculty-student partnership in addition to individual research projects. Mount Mercy received approval from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) for its Quality Initiative project, Pathways to Scholarship. The university is participating in the launch of a new HLC […]

Scholarship campaign illuminates intellectual discoveries
Archives / On Campus / Summer 2011

Scholarship campaign illuminates intellectual discoveries

What do bees, filmmakers and mutating genes have in common with a Lutheran theologian, victims of crime in Linn County and mud turtles? All illustrate the research subjects Mount Mercy faculty are engaged in with students thanks to a unique scholarship campaign on campus. The Pathways to Scholarship campaign showcased […]

Faculty-student collaboration soars with pathways project
Academics / Fall 2010

Faculty-student collaboration soars with pathways project

Mount Mercy has always prided itself on its teacher- scholars, a group of individuals equally committed to teaching in their discipline and to mentoring and helping students engage in research opportunities. A result of the student faculty interaction is that students often develop a stronger connection with Mount Mercy and […]

Scholar connects lab research to classroom innovation
Academics / Feature / Summer 2009

Scholar connects lab research to classroom innovation

Sit down to chat with Dr. Alesia Hruska-Hageman and you know instantly why she traded the research laboratory for the classroom: she is a teacher at heart. As she enthusiastically explains the intricacies of DNA, RNA, proteins and the structure of a cell, you realize you are witnessing her gift […]

Faculty Zingher, Chaichian Named Feld Chairs
On Campus / Summer 2008

Faculty Zingher, Chaichian Named Feld Chairs

Mount Mercy has named Professor of Social Work Richard A. Zingher the recipient of the 2008–2010 Dr. Thomas R. Feld Endowed Chair I for Teaching Excellence. Professor of Sociology Dr. Mohammad A. Chaichian has been named the recipient of the 2008–2010 Dr. Thomas R. Feld Endowed Chair II for Teaching […]

Faculty Members Awarded Tenure and Promotions
On Campus / Summer 2008

Faculty Members Awarded Tenure and Promotions

Two Mount Mercy professors, Dr. Carol A. Tyx and David J. Doerge, have distinguished themselves through their commitment to teaching excellence, scholarship, and mentorship of students, and have been granted tenure effective in the 2008-09 academic year. Additionally, Dr. John D. Robeson has been promoted to associate professor of mathematics. […]