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AATCC scholars to present latest research at committee meetings

"AATCC, headquartered in Research Triangle Park, N.C., USA, provides test method development, quality control materials, and professional networking for members in about 50 countries throughout the world."

 

AATCC scholars to present latest researchTwo undergraduate scholars will present their latest research to the Concept 2 Consumer Interest Group during AATCC’s committee meetings on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. 

Michelle Kerstein, Senior at North Carolina State University Wilson College of Textiles, majoring in Fashion and Textile Management, will present her research on consumers and the circular economy. Kerstein is a recipient of AATCC Foundation Darsey Family Scholarship. She will discuss her latest findings on the increased awareness that consumers have on the negative impacts of the textile and apparel industries. Kerstein will be discussing how manufacturers and retailers need to work with and engaging consumer base by supporting models that increase clothing use, clothing swaps, clothing rentals, and the secondhand market. She will also discuss how companies can invest in safe and renewable materials that excite consumers and discover solutions that turn used clothes into new-like textile recycling and upcycling.AATCC scholars to present latest research at committee meetings

Reannan Riedy, Senior Retail Entrepreneurship student in the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship at Florida State University will present her undergraduate research on phase change materials (PCMs) at the fall committee meetings. Riedy has been a member of Dr. Meredith McQuerry’s research team in the FSU Textile Testing Laboratory since 2017. She has presented her research findings at the International Textile and Apparel Association Conference, the National Fire Protection Association Conference, and the AATCC International Conference. Her recent work to develop a simple, valid, and feasible methodology for quantifying the presence of PCMs on a textile material’s surface will be presented. Riedy will discuss the latest findings in a laundering durability study that she conducted to determine the useful life of a proprietary, micro-encapsulated active cooling and technology finish segment.

 AATCC, headquartered in Research Triangle Park, N.C., USA, provides test method development, quality control materials, and professional networking for members in about 50 countries throughout the world.

 

 
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