Campus Life

ABAC Students Honored at The Wildlife Society Annual Conference

TIFTON– Parker Gerdes from Canton and Dalton Ridgdill from Lyons, both students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, won the award for Best Undergraduate Presentation at the recent Georgia Chapter of The Wildlife Society annual conference.   The two ABAC students received numerous positive comments from professionals, a certificate, and...

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Allman Brothers Music Coming to ABAC at the Tift on November 7

TIFTON—The music from one of the most popular bands of all time will occupy the spotlight on Nov. 7 when Tribute: A Celebration of the Allman Brothers Band rocks the ABAC at the Tift series in historic, downtown Tifton. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Arts Connection Director Wayne Jones...

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Trick or Treat at ABAC’s Georgia Museum of Agriculture October 26

TIFTON—Pet a friendly farm animal, create a scarecrow doll, or gather around for a spooky story at the annual Trick or Treat in the Village event from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Oct. 26 at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village....

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Violet Bell Performs at ABAC Bainbridge on October 17

TIFTON—Violet Bell performing artists Lizzy Ross and Omar Ruiz-Lopez will sing and play their original songs as a part of the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Bainbridge Carter Arts and Lecture Series at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center at 6 p.m. on Oct 17. Violet Bell’s origins go...

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Golf Tournament Benefits ABAC Athletics November 1

TIFTON—Intercollegiate athletes wearing the green-and-gold of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will reap the benefits from the second annual ABAC Athletics Golf Tournament on Nov. 1 at ABAC’s Forest Lakes Golf Club. Athletics Director Alan Kramer said proceeds from the tournament will be directed toward the funding of the...

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ABAC Goes to Sunbelt Expo on October 15-17

TIFTON—From remote controlled miniature pulling trucks to a basket of prizes every day, visitors to the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition at Spence Field near Moultrie on Oct. 15-17 have plenty of reasons to make a stop at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College building. “We’re always looking for new and...

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Historic Cemeteries, Grave Symbology at ABAC’s Georgia Museum of Agriculture Oct. 18

TIFTON— Intrigued by historic cemeteries and the many tales they tell? Join Barbara Clark for the History After Dark: Victorian Mourning and Grave Symbology program from 5-7 p.m. on Oct. 18 at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Georgia Museum of Agriculture (GMA). Clark, the Director of North Central...

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ABAC Transitions Honors Program to Four-Year Status

TIFTON–The Honors Program at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is transitioning from a two-year to a four-year program.  Dr. Cynthia Hall, Director of the ABAC Honors Program, said the curriculum is designed for those students who excel academically and are ready to take more rigorous versions of their courses. ...

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State Champion ABAC Softball Team Plays Exhibition Game in Bainbridge October 3

BAINBRIDGE—The reigning state championship softball team from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will play an exhibition game at Bainbridge High School at 7 p.m. on Oct. 3. Coach Jennifer Walls’ Golden Fillies will take on the Panhandle Heat travel ball team at 7 p.m. following the high school game...

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