Mount Mercy's Janalyn Hanson White Gallery will showcase the digital photographs of Assistant Professor of Art Jose Clemente during a special exhibit titled "Digital Color and Texture." The exhibit runs September 7 – October 7, Monday – Friday, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Mount Mercy University has appointed Michael Lown as admissions representative for advance and graduate programs. Lown was previously an admissions representative at ITT Technical Institute. He holds two bachelor’s degrees from The University of Iowa.
Mount Mercy University has named Robert B. Callahan vice president for enrollment management, effective August 9. Callahan will spearhead the newly created division of enrollment management, providing vision and leadership for the departments of admissions, athletics, communications and marketing, and financial aid.
When Mount Mercy's Psychology Club members were looking for a service project this spring, they came upon a unique request: fleece tie blankets. The inspiration came from The University of Iowa Hospitals, which needed soft and colorful blankets for some of their younger patients, as well as for elderly psychiatric patients.
Mount Mercy University was selected to serve as the first institution to be evaluated on its adult accelerated programs by the Commission for Accelerated Programs (CAP), an international membership organization serving professionals who lead, teach, and conduct research in accelerated programs in higher education.
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota (Blue Cross) board of trustees announced that Mount Mercy University Board of Trustee Scott B. Lynch has been unanimously elected to serve as the company’s interim president and chief executive officer.
Mount Mercy University announced that Scott Baumler has been named assistant vice president for enrollment management and dean of admissions. Baumler has served the university since 2010 as dean of admissions. In his new role, Baumler will continue to oversee Mount Mercy's Office of Admissions while also providing leadership for the Office of Financial Aid.
Mount Mercy University Associate Professor of Business and Department Chair Bob Walker, Ph.D., recently returned from Punta Gorda, Belize, to lay the groundwork for a new international MBA course set to launch January 2013, International Business Strategy and Culture.
Mount Mercy University senior Mariah Cary, a public relations major from Burlington, Iowa, was crowned the winner of the Miss Iowa Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, June 9, at the Adler Theatre in downtown Davenport, beating out 11 other contestants. She was the reigning Miss Muscatine at the time of earning Miss Iowa, and now advances to the Miss America Pageant.
Mount Mercy University is celebrating the jubilees of seven Sisters of Mercy, representing a combined total of 425 years of service. A reception will be held in their honor on Sunday, June 10, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Sacred Heart Convent on Mount Mercy University’s campus.
Mount Mercy University’s Janalyn Hanson White Gallery will exhibit a collection of student artwork and designs during a special summer exhibit, running now until September 12. The gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Students and staff from nine Sisters of Mercy-sponsored colleges and universities across the United States, including Mount Mercy, converged in Washington, D.C. May 20-24 to learn first-hand about advocacy from the Sisters of Mercy.
Mount Mercy University students teamed up with Hawkeye Area Council, Boy Scouts of America to mentor area Scouts throughout the spring semester, culminating in a special campout that was held May 11-13 on Mount Mercy’s campus.
Mount Mercy University is pleased to announce that Acting Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Melody Graham is one of 20 senior academic administrators in higher education nationwide selected by the Council of Independent Colleges and the American Academic Leadership Institute to participate in the 2012 Colloquium on Leadership for Chief Academic Officers: Classical and Contemporary Reading. Through an examination of classic and contemporary readings, the Colloquium will help participants reflect on power, ethics, and responsibility and strengthen their leadership skills.
Mount Mercy University will host “Scripture on the Hill” on Wednesday evenings beginning June 6 and running until June 27, at 7:00 p.m. each evening in the Busse Library Curriculum Center (lower level, Busse Center).
Mount Mercy junior accounting major Jodi Burgess was the recipient of a scholarship awarded by the Iowa Accounting Leadership Summit held at the University of Iowa this spring. Burgess, from Cedar Rapids, attended the conference along with senior accounting major Lesa Caspers from Vinton, Iowa; senior accounting major Carrie Werning from Vinton; and Associate Professor of Accounting Steve Gilmour.