HELLO AATCC FOUNDATION DELAWARE VALLEY SECTION SCHOLARS!Debra Hibbard June 25, 2020 Foundation Newsletter
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 […]- Read More
AATCC FOUNDATION GRADUATE FELLOWS RESEARCH LIFE-SAVING TEXTILES!
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 […]- Read More
MEET the CHARLES H. STONE and PIEDMONT SECTION Scholars!
CHARLES H. STONE SCHOLARSHIPS My name is Rebekah Busick and I am a graduating senior at NC State University come December of this year. My major is Polymer and Color Chemistry with an American Chemical Society Certification concentration. In my major, I enjoy learning about how color is perceived and how color can be applied […]- Read More
Introducing the JASANI FAMILY TEXTILE SCHOLARSHIP Recipients!
Monica Deshpande is a graduate student in Biomedical Textiles Research Group at the Wilson College of Textiles, NC State. She is doing her PhD in Fiber and Polymer Science with a minor in Biomedical Engineering. She shares, “My sincere thanks to the Jasani family and the AATCC Foundation for recognizing me as a recipient […]- Read More
SOME GOOD NEWS! MEET AATCC FOUNDATION SCHOLARS!
CHARLES E. GAVIN III FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Margaux Ratcliff: I am a fourth-year student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, studying Materials Science and Engineering, with a concentration in Polymers and Fibers. After graduating with my Bachelors in MSE, I hope to obtain a Masters in Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech, and ultimately work […]- Read More
AATCC Foundation Student Research Support Grants AvailableDebra Hibbard June 1, 2020 Foundation Newsletter
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 use situations, and correlations between these two. Grants ranging from $500 to […]- Read More
AATCC Foundation Fellowships Match Campaign: The Results are In!Debra Hibbard June 1, 2020 Foundation Newsletter
Last spring, a long-time member and tireless supporter of AATCC and AATCC Foundation put forth a challenge to endow the Foundation’s two graduate fellowships: the Grady, Hauser, Houser, Daniels Graduate Fellowship, and the Connelly-Perkins Graduate Fellowship. He proposed a match campaign that would run for one year, beginning on June 1, 2019 and ending […]- Read More
AATCC Foundation Scholarship Deadlines ApproachingDebra Hibbard December 19, 2019 Foundation Newsletter
Deadlines Applications for four scholarships due February 15, 2020! All other scholarship and Fellowship applications due March 31. See ALL AATCC scholarships, fellowships, and grants here “Going after scholarships is living a few years of your life like most students won’t, so that you can live the rest of your life like most students can’t…with no […]- Read More
New AATCC Foundation Scholarships AvailableDebra Hibbard November 27, 2019 Foundation Newsletter
AATCC Announces Two New Scholarships National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) Paul T. O’Day Scholarship is a scholarship for the children of any active employee of an NCTO member company. This $5,000 scholarship can be awarded per academic year up to four years, for a cumulative scholarship of $20,000. Applicants may pursue any area of study supportive of the […]- Read More