Campus Life

ABAC Student Presents Research at Jekyll Island Conference

TIFTON–Crysta Botdorf from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College was selected from college students across the state to present her research at the recent conference of the Georgia Sociological Association at the Jekyll Island Club. Dr. Jewrell Rivers, Botdorf’s faculty research mentor and academic advisor, said that Botdorf received a...

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ABAC Jazz Band Takes Spotlight in Fall Concert November 21

TIFTON—From Dixieland Jazz to Cole Porter classics, the Jazz Ensemble at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College plans to have a rip-roaring good time when the ABAC musicians present their annual fall jazz concert on Nov. 21. Dr. Scott Phillips, who directs the band, said the concert begins at 7...

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Georgia Power Supports North Pole Express at ABAC’s Museum of Agriculture

TIFTON—Thanks to a sponsorship from Georgia Power, the North Pole Express is on the tracks headed toward another great year at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Georgia Museum of Agriculture.  In fact, thanks to tremendous community interest, every ticket has been sold for the event on Dec. 5-7...

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ABAC Concert Band Performs at Tift Theatre November 19

TIFTON—In her debut performance as the director of the concert band at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Dr. Sara Eastwood promises something really special for the audience. “One of the highlights of the evening is sure to be when the ABAC Concert Band will be privileged to accompany Dr....

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Cane Grinding, Syrup Making at ABAC’s Georgia Museum of Agriculture November 23

TIFTON – From the mule-powered sugar cane mill to the smell of syrup cooking, visitors will become immersed in the days of old in South Georgia on Nov. 23 at the annual cane grinding and syrup making at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Georgia Museum of Agriculture. For...

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ABAC’s Concert Choir to Perform on Nov. 12

TIFTON—The Concert Choir at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will present its fall concert on Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. in Howard Auditorium. Pieces from the performance include “The Star-Spangled Banner,” “Let My Love Be Heard,” “Gloria,” “Celebrate Music,” “Thread of Joy,” “How Firm A Foundation,” “Keep Your Lamps!”...

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ABAC Names Rural Studies Head, Launches Track in Community Health

TIFTON– With the naming of Dr. Adrian Israel Martinez-Franco as the new head of the Department of Rural Studies, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is launching a new Community Health track in the Rural Community Development bachelor’s degree program. Dr. Matthew Anderson, Dean of ABAC’s School of Arts and...

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ABAC Receives $6,000 Grant for Food Pantry Program for Students

TIFTON– Sarah Herring, Residence Life Coordinator for Leadership Development, recently received a $6,000 grant to expand the food pantry at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  The grant is being used to help Herring double the space of the clothing closet and food pantry and to purchase items such as...

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Nine Students Selected as ABAC School of Agriculture and Natural Resources Leaders

TIFTON—Nine students have been selected as School of Agriculture and Natural Resources (SANR) Leaders at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  SANR Academic and Career Coordinator Suzanne Bentley said the students play a key role in the growth of the School. “The SANR Leaders program is in its first year...

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