WSU First Lady Noel Schulz, AMDT students and more than 1,000 WSU women work together to create new spirit attire that helps professional women show their school pride.
Students create spirited designs »
Merchandising students partner with Nordstrom, Cotton Incorporated to solve the real-world problem of connecting with the millennial generation.
How do you reach a millennial? »
Traveling students learn how education and effort can take you from Pullman to the Big Apple.
Study tour embraces New York City »
As Joan Ellis wraps up a 25-year career in textile and apparel studies—16 of those at Washington State University—she reflects on the rich experience.
Looking back on ‘stepping stones’ »
To teach her students to design for any body, Chanmi Hwang, new faculty member, is breaking the mold with help from new technology.
Digital technology means clothing for all »
After financially helping AMDT students for decades, the late Lou and Mollie Pepper memorialize their support with a newly established Excellence Fund.
Family shares their passion for education »
AMDT researcher Hang Liu leads a $365,000 grant for research on recycling cotton waste products into high quality fibers for consumer goods.
Turning waste to valuable fibers »
The 34th Annual Mom’s Weekend Fashion Show features eclectic, ethereal, and epic collections by student designers.
Check out 2017 Fashion Show pictorial »
Ting Chi, recipient of the ITAA Mid-Career Excellence Award, is leading the way to a sustainable future for the textile and apparel industry.
Fostering a sustainable industry »