Members of the AATCC Delaware Valley Section (DE, MD, NJ, PA), as well as spouses, children, and grandchildren, are eligible for this $500 scholarship. Undergraduate students studying textiles at a school in the Delaware Valley section are also eligible.
The Gordon and Marjorie Osborne Scholarship is a $5,000 per year scholarship that supports students pursuing a career or coursework in textile engineering, textile chemistry, textile science or a related discipline.
The Kanti and Hansa Jasani Family Textile Scholarship is a $2,000 scholarship available to Indian students, specifically Indian citizens with a student visa or with permanent residency, who are attending a US university.
AATCC Foundation’s Varley Family Textile Technology Scholarship is a $7,500 scholarship that supports students pursuing a textile-related career at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) or Cornell University.
This $2,000 scholarship supports undergraduate students studying a textile- or fashion-related field at a public college or university in the AATCC's Western Region, where an active AATCC student chapter exists.
Up to $4,000 per year in funding for undergraduate and graduate research in textile chemistry and on textile-related projects. Projects that involve laboratory and end-use correlation studies, wet processing research, and other topics identified by the Foundation receive special priority.
A Call for Research Proposals: AATCC Foundation Student Research Support Grants AATCC Foundation Student Research Support Program was established to assist undergraduate and graduate students with research on textile-related projects. The AATCC Foundation Student Research Review Board is currently seeking proposals for research related to test method development, evaluation of textile performance in actual […]
DELAWARE VALLEY SECTION SCHOLARSHIPS Gabrielle Salvino: Being awarded the AATCC Delaware Valley Section Scholarship makes me so proud to represent Thomas Jefferson University’s Fashion Merchandising program. Being a textiles student allows me to express myself, as well as be myself, in so many ways. I truly cherish and enjoy all the connections I have […]
CONNELLY/PERKINS GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP Griffin Donley: I am conducting research with the Dr. Kornev group in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Clemson University. My research project is focused on the development of a ballistic, textile-based material. We are modeling the fibers that will be used after insect antennae that exhibit super damping properties. From […]