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Mock Passed By Her ABAC Future Many Times

When Ashley Mock was a college student, she passed by Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College multiple times on Interstate 75 without a second glance. Now her entire working life involves getting people to take a long look at ABAC. Mock, the Director of Public Relations at ABAC since Feb. 1, 2012,…

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Academic Achievement Center at ABAC Receives CRLA Recertification

The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has received recertification through 2017 from the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). “The recertification of the AAC through CRLA essentially means that our Center has met the high standards of this certification organization and continues to do so each... Read More »

ABAC Ambassadors Win Stallion Cup

The ABAC Ambassadors won the first ever Stallion Cup during Homecoming Week at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Clubs and organizations on campus competed in activities for a chance to win the Stallion Cup. Each activity was worth points, and the club with the most points took home the prize. The... Read More »

Disabled Artists Exhibit Begins May 1 at Georgia Museum of Agriculture

Fifty works of art crafted by artisans with disabilities will be on display at the Gallery at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College beginning May 1.   Museum Assistant Director and Curator Polly Huff said the exhibit includes paintings, photographs, woodcarving, clay pottery, mosaics,... Read More »

ABAC Campus Living Experience Something Really Special

Three years ago, Brooke Cooley loaded up her clothes, her toothbrush and most importantly, her horse, for a four-hour ride on Interstate 75 to begin classes at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  It was her first taste of living on a college campus. “I started at ABAC Lakeside, and it was... Read More »

Gerhart Named Chief Technology Officer

Robert Gerhart has been named Chief Technology Officer at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, according to an announcement by ABAC President David Bridges. “I am excited about the experience and innovative ideas Robert will bring to ABAC,” Bridges said. “His outgoing personality and drive to get the job done will result... Read More »

‘Pegasus’ Launch Party April 24 at Georgia Museum of Agriculture

Pulitzer Prize nominee Janice Daugharty will speak on April 24 at the unveiling of the 2014 edition of “Pegasus,” the literary magazine at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Daugharty, the writer-in-residence at ABAC since 2010, will speak on the importance of literary magazines at the launch party, scheduled for 7 p.m.... Read More »

Homecoming Win for Alumni!

The alumni defeated the students 8-6 in the first annual alumni-student softball game at Fillies Field during the recent Homecoming Week Celebration at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  Alumni Director Lynda Fisher said the experience of the former ABAC students paid off in a fun-filled afternoon at the ballpark. Printable News... Read More »

Kappa Sigma Fraternity Presents ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ April 22 at ABAC

The Rho-Rho Chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will partner with ABAC, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, and the Tifton and Tift County Public Safety Departments to combat alcohol abuse, including underage drinking and impaired driving, with a program titled “My Brother’s Keeper” on April... Read More »

ABAC’s Phi Theta Kappa Named Five-Star Chapter

The Omega Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College was recently named a Five Star Chapter at the PTK regional conference in Douglas.  The honor completes one of the organization’s multi-year goals.  Being named a Five Star Chapter is the most exclusive... Read More »