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Department of Textile and Apparel Technology and Management

Katie Crumpton

Jul 29, 2022

Katie Crumpton ’09: Exploring Her Love for Fashion By Promoting the Use and Sustainability of Cotton

As a member of Cotton Incorporated’s global supply chain marketing team, Katie Crumpton ’09 is proud to highlight the many ways that cotton can be used, recycled and returned to the Earth. 

Wilson College of Textiles sign

Jul 26, 2022

Three Wilson College of Textiles Faculty Members Earned Promotions in 2021-2022 Academic Year

Three faculty members at the Wilson College of Textiles have recently earned promotions. Read about their journey and the current research they are doing at the college. 

Wilson College of Textiles sign

Jul 25, 2022

Introducing the 2026 Class of Textile Pioneer Scholars

Meet the newest pair of Textile Pioneer Scholars and learn how the scholarship is shaping their time at the Wilson College of Textiles. 

Wilson College of Textiles building and breezeway from graduate commons

Jul 25, 2022

Introducing the 2026 Class of Centennial Scholars

Meet the newest class of Centennial Scholars and learn why the Centennial Scholarship program means so much to them. 

the tying-in process

Jul 20, 2022

Non-stop Innovation: Researchers Patent Weaving Efficiency Process

A new patent developed by Wilson College of Textiles faculty will make the tying-in process more efficient. 

Graphic design cover of Spring 2022 Student Portfolio

Jul 12, 2022

Wilson College of Textiles Launches Newest Student Portfolio

Apparel and textiles designed by Wilson College students takes center stage in the newly released virtual lookbook. 

An illustration of jeans coming off of a digital printer

Jul 11, 2022

Dr. Green Jeans

Professor Lisa Chapman's research aims to make blue jeans more green. 

Kate Nartker standing in front of colored thread

Jul 7, 2022

Textile Design Faculty Headed to Sweden on Fulbright Scholarship

Assistant Professor Kate Nartker will spend Spring 2023 researching and teaching in Sweden as a Fulbright Scholar. 

Wilson College student Madi Jenkins posing in front of a bridge during her study abroad in Europe.

Jul 6, 2022

Madi Jenkins Learns Global Leadership, Gets Inspired by Fashion Abroad

See how a semester traveling Europe with NC State’s best and brightest caused this FTM senior to view her degree from a whole new perspective. 

A wheelchair model wearing an original design

Jun 27, 2022

Wilson College Students Design Adaptive Fashion for North Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association

After hearing about an adaptive fashion line designed by two students from the Wilson College of Textiles, the NCSCIA collaborated with the Wilson College to hold a fashion show at their women’s empowerment conference featuring adaptive fashion designed by its students