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Johnson County Student Serves Second Term as SGA President at ABAC

April 25, 2016 Taylor Martin wrote her name in the history of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College this week when she accepted the challenge as the first president of the Student Government Association to serve two terms. “I am thrilled to be serving my second term as SGA President and seeing…

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April 21, 2016 Twelve Pacesetter awards were presented by the campus newspaper’s editorial board at the recent Student Leadership Banquet at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. ABAC’s award-winning student newspaper, “The Stallion,” extends Pacesetter recognition annually to those who have worked for ABAC through their actions and exemplary service.  Pacesetters are... Read More »

Georgia Museum of Agriculture Offers Summer Camps For Kids

April 21, 2016 Children from four to 11 years old can explore southern Georgia’s rich history and natural resources through hands-on activities, games, and crafts this summer through Camp Wiregrass at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Camp Director Kelly Scott said that... Read More »

Regional Roundup of ABAC Alumni at Gin Creek on April 28

April 21, 2016 The Alumni Association at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College invites ABAC alumni who live in Colquitt County and the surrounding area as well as current and retired faculty and staff to attend a Regional Roundup at Gin Creek Plantation on April 28 with a reception at 6:30 p.m.... Read More »

Alexander to Speak at ABAC Spring Commencement May 5

April 19, 2016 To culminate the celebration of 50 years of nursing at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Suzette Cofer Alexander will be the guest speaker at the ABAC spring commencement ceremony on May 5 at 10 a.m. in Gressette Gym. Alexander was part of the first graduating class of nurses... Read More »

ABAC Economic Impact on South Georgia Reaches $329,844,725

April 14, 2016 For 75 years Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College offered only associate degrees.  Students completed their course work in two or three years.  Since 2008, ABAC has offered bachelor’s degrees.  Students now complete their course work in four or five years. Those extra years on the ABAC campus pay... Read More »

Carry The Load Step-Off at ABAC April 28

April 14, 2016 For the third consecutive year, the Stafford School of Business at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will host a Carry The Load Step-Off event on the campus beginning at 1 p.m. on April 28. Members of the community are invited to participate. This event involves a continuous two-mile... Read More »

Center for Rural Studies Founder Speaks at ABAC

April 12, 2016 As a part of the 2016 Homecoming activities at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, the Schools of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Human Sciences and Liberal Arts joined to host guest lecturer, Dr. Gene Theodori, a rural sociologist and founder of the Center for Rural Studies at Sam Houston... Read More »

ABAC Forestry Club Places First in Three Events at 2016 Conclave

April 11, 2016 Students from the Forestry Club and the Society of American Foresters Student Chapter at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College placed first in three different events at the recent Forestry Conclave sponsored by the Society of American Foresters at Clemson University. Competing against major universities from across the nation,... Read More »

ABAC Employees Receive Service Awards

April 11, 2016 Twenty-eight employees who have been a part of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College for a combined 345 years were recently honored at the annual faculty-staff service awards ceremony on the ABAC campus. Two 30-year service awards went to Kip Hall, Head of the Forestry Technology Program and an... Read More »