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February 24 2020

Senior from Adel Receives Scholarship

TIFTON–Jaylee Bass, a senior Writing and Communication major from Adel, is an Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Foundation Scholar who is receiving the AT&T Georgia Scholarship. Presented by Gary Sanchez, AT&T Regional Director of External Affairs for South Georgia, the scholarship was funded through the AT&T Gold sponsorship of...
February 11 2020

Snakes in the Stacks Feb. 18

The Baldwin Library will host Dr. Vanessa Lane for Snakes in the Stacks. Join us and learn about snakes in the Library located on the first floor of Branch Hall from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, February 18. Anyone is welcome to join!
February 11 2020

Barrel Race Feb. 21

ABAC Horsemen’s Association sponsored Barrel Race Friday, February 21 Exhibitions start at 6 pm. Race starts at 8 pm. ABAC Rodeo Arena Follow us on Facebook for updates. @abachorsemen
February 11 2020

CTL – Mentored Research Round Table

Darby Sewell, Elizabeth Worley, Andrea Krafft, and other faculty will discuss mentored research. Examples of mentored research offered by faculty in different disciplines will be provided, as well as rubrics, best-practices, and other helpful hints. Time for discussion, sharing, and questions will be provided. Wednesday, Feb. 19 12...
February 10 2020

FOCUS Newsletter Returns

For many years the office of Public Relations produced an internal newsletter called the FOCUS. The FOCUS is once again going to be released weekly, on Monday mornings, and will consist of news and announcements. Over the next couple of months there will be minor changes to the...
October 3 2019

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...
October 3 2019

Internationally Acclaimed Chanticleer in ABAC Arts Series October 24

TIFTON—Twelve male voices will blend seamlessly in unforgettable harmony when internationally acclaimed Chanticleer performs as a part of the ABAC Presents! Performing Arts Series at 7 p.m. on Oct. 24 at the Tift County High School Performing Arts Center. Wayne Jones, Arts Connection Director at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural...
June 19 2019

Spring Semester Graduates Total 400 at ABAC

TIFTON— A total of 400 students completed the requirements for graduation from the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College at the end of the 2019 Spring semester. Of those graduates, a total of 179 graduates received bachelor’s degrees. Among the graduates were 26 students who received their bachelor’s degrees in...
May 22 2019

ABAC Produces More Ag Ed Graduates Than Any College in Southeast in 2019

Pictured above: Four ABAC graduates (l-r): Julia Roy, Hannah Roberts, James Renshaw, and Ashlyn Reaves prepare to receive their Bachelor of Science degrees in ag education at ABAC. TIFTON—When 26 agricultural education graduates walked across the commencement stage at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on May 9, they represented...
April 3 2020

Remote Instruction Will Continue for ABAC During the Summer Term

TIFTON—Instruction will continue to be delivered remotely at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and the other 25 institutions in the University System of Georgia during the remainder of the spring semester and the summer term, with only limited exceptions. USG institutions, including ABAC, are tentatively planning to return to normal on-campus operations for the fall semester should guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Georgia Department of Public Health allow it.  At this time, fall semester classes are scheduled to begin on Aug. 12 at ABAC. Meanwhile, all institutions have been asked to continue their current telework and flexible work strategies for faculty and staff.  USG institutions overall have remained open, with only minimal staff physically on-site to ensure continuity of certain services. ABAC and all USG institutions continue to prioritize the safety of students, faculty, and staff as each college and university does its part to help stem the spread of the coronavirus in Georgia and fulfill the USG mission to graduate students in these challenging times. Additional information on spring semester instruction (which is ongoing) and options for students during the 2020 summer term is available at the ABAC website at ###
May 20 2020

Adel Student Receives Award of Distinction in ABAC School of Arts and Sciences

TIFTON—Jaylee Bass from Adel has been selected as the top student in the School of Arts and Sciences at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Dr. Matthew Anderson, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, said Bass will receive the Award of Distinction. Bass has compiled a 3.97 grade point average on a 4.0 scale in the bachelor’s degree in Writing and Communication. An ABAC Foundation Scholar, she received the AT&T Georgia Scholarship from the ABAC Foundation. “This scholarship has allowed me to get a well-rounded education while at ABAC," Bass said. "As a part of that education, I went to France for a month visiting World War II sites with my classmates on a study abroad trip. That experience is one that I will cherish for the rest of my life." Bass is a member of the prestigious ABAC Ambassadors’ leadership team and the ABAC Honors Program. She presented research at her first Honors Conference in February. “I was thoroughly impressed with her poise and presentation skills,” Dr. Cindy Hall, a Professor of English and Director of the ABAC Honors Program, said. “She has helped the Honors Program at many Stallion Days and recruited many students for us.” Anderson said Bass would have been honored at the annual ABAC Honors Day but the ceremony was cancelled due to the pandemic. ###
May 14 2020

Willacoochee Student Receives Top Academic Award at ABAC

TIFTON— Abby Unger, a senior biology major from Willacoochee, has been selected as the top academic student at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. As ABAC’s J.G. Woodroof Scholar, Unger represented the college in Atlanta in February when the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia hosted the Academic Recognition Day students from each of the 26 colleges and universities in the USG at its meeting.  Chancellor Steve Wrigley then honored the students at a luncheon, attended by ABAC President David Bridges and Unger’s family.  The Woodroof Scholar Award is named for Dr. J.G. Woodroof, the first president of ABAC in 1933.  The award is normally presented at the ABAC Honors ceremony but the ceremony was cancelled this year because of the pandemic. After compiling a 3.97 grade point average on a 4.0 scale during her four years at ABAC, Unger graduated this semester.  She has been accepted to the Mercer University School of Medicine this fall where she plans to attend classes on the Savannah campus. Unger believes her ABAC education established a strong foundation for the rigorous classes she will face in medical school. “I believe ABAC provided me with a quality education,” Unger said.  “It was hard.  I studied every day.  At ABAC, the professors really care about your grades.  They want you to do well.” At ABAC, Unger was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and the Tri-Beta Biological Honors Society.  She was also a member of the ABAC Honors Program and the Advancing Toward Occupations in Medicine club. The 2016 graduate of Coffee High School also involved herself in community service activities including Habitat for Humanity, Adopt-A-Mile, and the Georgia Farm Workers Health Project. ###