TAM Advisory Board Meeting
The Annual TAM Industry Advisory Board Meeting will be held from Sunday, Feb. 28 to Friday, Mar. 5, 2021. The TAM Industry Advisory Board is composed of high-level industry leaders representing many segments of the textile, apparel, and retailing field. Please see the bio of each member on our Advisory Board page. Please come join…
What Nike’s First Hands-Free Shoe Means for the Disability Community
Dr. McBee-Black’s research focusing on apparel related barriers for people with disabilities was featured in a new article showcasing Nike’s first hands-free shoe. Read article
Dr. McBee-Black Featured in CFDA Webinar
Dr. Kerri McBee-Black was featured in a Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA) webinar, Adaptive Fashion Series in partnership with Runway of Dreams and Gamut Management. She and other academic and researchers shared real-life business cases based on their many years of research on the power of Adaptive Fashion and Inclusion of People…
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Innovative Leaders in the Global Fashion Supply Chain
Where students learn both the art and science of the fashion industry!
The Department of Textile & Apparel Management, in the College of Human Environmental Sciences, is a global leader focusing on the apparel and textile supply chain. TAM’s award-winning faculty is internationally recognized. Ranked as one of the top programs of its kind, TAM prepares students for a wide variety of career options such as merchandising, buying, sourcing, product development, technical design, e-retailing, or retail operations. The curriculum focuses on leadership, the global supply chain, sustainability, creativity/innovation, and technology. Through course work, field study experiences, internships, leadership conferences, and student organizations, TAM students develop the skills they need to be a top recruit for industry positions.