AATCC Foundation Programs Support Textile Student Research and Education



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AATCC Foundation, Inc.
found_imgEstablished in 1997, AATCC Foundation, Inc. operates to further the charitable mission of the Association, promoting the science and knowledge of textile design, coloration, materials, processing, and testing through research and education. AATCC Foundation, Inc. seeks ways to develop and promote quality standards throughout the world

 

AATCC Foundation Scholarship and Fellowship Available!

AATCC Foundation, Inc. announces scholarships and fellowships available for the 2019-2020 academic year. Currently, 15 undergraduate scholarships and 3 graduate fellowships are available.

Applications for the Charles E. Gavin III Family Scholarship at Auburn University are due FEBRUARY 1.

Applications for the following scholarships are due by
FEBRUARY 15:
– Charles H. Stone Scholarship,
– V
arley Family Textile Technology Scholarship
– Charles E. Gavin, III Family Scholarship at Georgia Tech 

All other scholarships are due by MARCH 31, 2019.

Guidelines and an application form are available on the Foundation Grants and Scholarship webpage

Questions? Contact Debra Hibbard

 

 

AATCC 2019
I
NTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

CURRENT RECIPIENTS OF AATCC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, OR GRANTS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE AATCC 2019 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN FORT WORTH, TEXAS FROM APRIL 9-11!

YOUR REGISTRATION IS FREE, AND YOU WILL BE REIMBURSED FOR UP TO $500 IN TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION EXPENSES.

MORE INFORMATION TO COME; CHECK OUT THE  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE WEBPAGE

Questions? Contact your AATCC student chapter adviser or contact Debra Hibbard
(+1-919-549-3524)