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Campus Events

“Whipping Man” March 5-7 at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture

March 3, 2015 Tre’mon Mills, a speech communication major from Blakely, rehearses for the gripping production of the Baldwin Players “The Whipping Man”. Selected to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, “The Whipping Man” focuses on three characters challenged by the war’s ravages. These characters,…

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ABAC Named Tree Campus USA

March 3, 2015 The campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and a number of other Georgia campuses were recognized on February 18 for their commitment to caring for and managing their trees. ABAC was honored during the 2015 State Arbor Day celebration at Wesleyan College for being one of Georgia’s... Read More »

Martin Selected for ABAC Director of Advancement/Development Officer Position

March 2, 2015 Dr. Deidre Mercer Martin has been selected for the position of Director of Advancement/Development Officer at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Martin began her campus duties on March 1. “As we are cultivating our Development function here in the Office of College Advancement, it is serendipitous that we... Read More »

Evening for ABAC Sells Out; Big Payoff for Student Scholarship Program

February 26, 2015 When Katie Deal takes the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College stage on March 6 at the annual Evening for ABAC, she will be singing the songs of Patsy Cline.  ABAC Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement Paul Williams will be singing the praises of the donors and... Read More »

ABAC Newspaper Wins Press Institute Awards

February 24, 2015 The student newspaper and the student television broadcast team at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College received 10 awards at the recent Southern Regional Press Institute (SRPI) in Savannah. ABAC students competed against other students in two-year journalism programs. Dr. Thomas Grant, advisor to “The Stallion,” said the publication received... Read More »