Recently, the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) announced that its philantrhopic arm, the AATCC Foundation, Inc., had awarded graduate fellowships and scholarships in support of textile student research and education. Among the winners were several outstanding NC State Wilson College of Textiles students. The recipients are listed below with links to their thoughts on the awards.

Ph.D. Student Receives the 2018 AATCC Foundation Kanti and Hansa Jasani Family Textile Scholarship

Tushar Bambharoliya is a Ph.D. student in the Fiber and Polymer Science program.

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Ph.D Student Receives the First AATCC Foundation Pulcra Chemicals Graduate Fellowship which is presented in honor of Brian Francois, new AATCC Foundation president, and AATCC executive vice president. Francois was Global CEO of Pulcra Chemicals prior to joining AATCC.

Erin Roberts is pursuing her Ph.D. in Fiber and Polymer Science.

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Ph.D. Student Awarded the Grady, Hauser, Houser, Daniels Graduate Fellowship

Madilynn McCollum is pursuing her Ph.D. in Fiber and Polymer Science.

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TE Senior Receives Textile Chemistry Scholarship

Carmen Davis is a senior double majoring in Chemical and Textile Engineering.

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PCC Senior Receives Charles H. Stone Scholarship

Elizabeth Jezioranski is a senior studying Polymer and Color Chemistry with a minor in Forensic Science.

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PCC Student Wins Gordon and Marjorie Osborne Scholarship

Faith Jezioranski is a senior studying Polymer and Color Chemistry with a concentration in Medical Sciences.

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Established 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.

Founded as the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), the Association continues to evolve to meet the needs of those in the ever-changing textile and materials industries. AATCC has served textile professionals since 1921. Today, the Association provides test method development, quality control materials, education, and professional networking for a global audience.