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NCSU College Of Textiles, ITT To Merge

The North Carolina State University (NCSU) College of Textiles, Raleigh, N.C., and the Institute of Textile Technology (ITT), Charlottesville, Va., have formed an alliance by which they will consolidate facilities and resources at NCSU's Centennial Campus. The merger will bring together the academic research program at the College of Textiles and the applied and industry-directed research program at ITT, as well as allow coordination of programs and facilities. ITT's 40,000-volume Roger Milliken Textile Library and the College of Textiles Burlington Library will be combined.

ITT will retain its independent, non-profit status. The two entities together will pursue funding for industry-driven research. The alliance is expected to be completed by July of this year.

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