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Strickland Named Chief of Police at ABAC

May 2, 2016 Frank Strickland is the new Chief of Police at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College after serving as interim chief during the past five months. Two other ABAC officers have received promotions, and four ABAC officers have received designations as corporals. Strickland has served as Chief of Police and…

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Fowler Receives Scholarship Named for Tifton Medal of Honor Recipient

April 29, 2016 Tift County High School senior Erin Fowler was awarded the Harold Bascom “Pinky’ Durham, Jr., Scholarship on Thursday during the third annual Carry The Load Step-Off event at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. ABAC President David Bridges said Fowler is the second recipient of the scholarship, which was... Read More »

Upward Bound Sponsors Summer Food Service Program

April 28, 2016 The Upward Bound Program at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College announces the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Food Service Program. This year’s program is being administered by the Office of Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. The Summer Food Service... Read More »

Three ABAC Students Pass Crop Advisor Certification Exam

April 28, 2016 Three students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College recently took a giant step forward in their careers in agriculture by passing the Certified Crop Advisor certification examination. Zachary Deas from Jennings, Fla., Taylor Newsome from Moultrie, and David Daughtry from Harlem completed The Certified Crop Advisor program of... Read More »

ABAC Carries The Load

April 28, 2016 Veterans lead the way for the third annual Carry The Load Step-Off Rally on Thursday at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The goal of Carry The Load is to restore the true meaning of Memorial Day by connecting Americans to the sacrifices of the military, law enforcement, firefighters,... Read More »

ABAC Comptroller Spends a Lot of Time Thinking About a Clean Audit

April 26, 2016 When most people think of keeping something clean, they refer to their house or their car.  When Deidra Jackson thinks of clean, her immediate thoughts turn to a clean audit of the $45.3 million she helps to keep in the proper column on a daily basis at... Read More »

ABAC Nurses Join Carry The Load Eastern Relay

April 26, 2016 Four faculty and staff members from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will join the ABAC students taking part in the Carry The Load (CTL) National Relay this year.  They will serve as medics in various locations across the East Coast.... Read More »

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... Read More »

PACESETTERS NAMED AT ABAC LEADERSHIP BANQUET

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 »