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Dr. Mengmeng Zhu

Apr 10, 2019

Increasing Efficiency and Incorporating Enthusiasm – Meet Mengmeng Zhu

The Wilson College of Textiles is proud to introduce one of its newest assistant professors: Dr. Mengmeng Zhu. Last November, the assistant professor entered the Department of Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science and since then has been making strides towards research and sharing her findings among students, faculty and the community. Zhu has been a recipient of several select scholarships and awards during her pursuit of further knowledge and continues to make an impact in academia today. 

Hannah Eberenz photo submition

Apr 10, 2019

TAGS 2019 Research Image Contest Winners Revealed

Nine winners. Nine images. Nine displays. This is the beginning of what may be a new annual competition for the Wilson College of Textiles. To demonstrate the research of our students, the Textile Association of Graduate Students (TAGS) has developed an image contest that will display submitted discoveries to hundreds of individuals.  

Moriah Mattix, Founder of Seababy

Feb 18, 2019

Aloha! Meet the Founder of Seababy

Written by Nicholas Wommack, Supply Chain Operations student, Poole College of Management  NC State student Moriah Mattix is a young entrepreneur who is striving to change one of the most specific lines of fashion: baby clothing. At the young age of 14, Moriah began her online business, Seababy, that comes with its own unique twist on clothing for… 

Courtney Oswald

May 7, 2018

Textile Engineering Student Defines High Performance

High performance defines every aspect of Textiles student Courtney Oswald’s college career. It is evidenced in her pursuit of academic excellence, in two internship experiences, in her role as president of the Textile Engineering Society, and, quite literally, in her undergraduate research in the area of protective and performance textiles. 

Kathryn Carter

Aug 11, 2017

Kathryn Carter

Kathryn Carter of Raleigh, has been awarded the Westpoint Pepperell Centennial Scholarship. She will study Fashion and Textile Management. 

Santiago Tellez

Oct 23, 2016

Centennial Recipient Honors His Gift Through Service

First-generation college student Santiago Tellez received an incredible opportunity when he was named a North Carolina Textile Foundation Centennial Scholar in 2014: the ability to pursue higher education at NC State. He's showing his appreciation by giving back to the community. 

Wilson College Campus

Mar 11, 2016

2016 Anniversary Bookmark Competition

Open to All Wilson College Students, Faculty and StaffHelp celebrate 25 years on Centennial campus with a bookmark design featuring the Wilson College of Textiles building.The winning design will be distributed to over 2,000 people around the world!Deadline: Friday, April 1, 2016For complete design rules visit As we mark the 25th anniversary of the… 

Jaclyn Smith and Dr. Genevieve Van de Bittner in the lab

Sep 22, 2015

Centennial Scholar: From PCC Graduate to the PhD Graduate Program at Johns Hopkins

When Jaclyn Smith, a Centennial Scholar and Caldwell Fellow, graduated from the Wilson College of Textiles last May, she took with her an impressive list of achievements: a B.S. in Polymer & Color Chemistry (PCC) – Medical Textiles Concentration, a B.S. in Biochemistry, and minors in Genetics and Biotechnology. Those credentials and connections she made…