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Emily Potok (left) and Laura Potok (right) stand on either side of a white sign that reads "Textiles Complex" at the Wilson College of Textiles campus.

May 25, 2023

Sisters Pursue Their Master’s Together at the Wilson College of Textiles

Emily and Laura Potok earned different undergraduate degrees but have reunited in graduate school to pursue their master’s in textile engineering. 

Connie Wong stands in the courtyard behind the Wilson College of Textiles. The fountain is visible behind her.

May 1, 2023

Connie Wong ’23 Explores All Aspects of Textile Science En Route to Nike Internship

The textile technology graduate’s time was defined by hands-on experience in internships and labs. 

Photo of Yiduo Yang outside of the Wilson College of Textiles.

Jan 5, 2023

Wilson College of Textiles Student Earns NC State’s Goodnight Doctoral Fellowship

The new fellowship at NC State University guarantees competitive pay for doctoral students. 

Textile Recycling Bin

Dec 22, 2022

Serving Sustainability with NC State Volleyball

NC State Athletics’ Sustainable Wolfpack initiative teams up for sustainable win. 

A photo of two bins placed next to each other in the corner of a Wilson College of Textiles bathroom. One is a waste bin and is gray. One (right) is a green bin and is for composting. Both have signage above them explaining what items to place in each type of bin.

Nov 30, 2022

Wilson College of Textiles to Implement Compost Bins Throughout College

As a part of NC State’s goal to become a Zero Waste Workplace, an initiative by alumna Rosemary Edberg aims to divert substantial waste from landfills through composting. 

Remington Scott

Aug 26, 2022

Remington Scott ’16, ’19 Applies His Expertise to Medical Product Research Development

As a two-time graduate, Remington Scott ’16, ’19 credits the Wilson College of Textiles for giving him the fundamentals he needed to be successful throughout his career, including his current role as a R&D engineer at Honeywell. 

The virtual product portal developed by DELTA for TE 589: Design Analysis of Smart Textile course.

Aug 3, 2022

Delta Supports Development of New Textile Reverse-Engineering Course

Professor Jesse Jur, Research Assistant Professor Amanda Mills and Ph.D. student Caitlin Knowles were recently awarded a DELTA Grant to create a new graduate-level online course focusing on the reverse engineering of textile products.