Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Practices (ESRAP) is a collaborative learning community whose members collectively,
- Share knowledge, applications, and experiences
- Build awareness
- Foster campus and community engagement that furthers social responsibility and sustainability in    the apparel industry.

ESRAP Website:  http://www.esrapglobal.org/ 

ESRAP Award for Research
Awarded to the author(s) of the highest ranked full article that makes an innovative and significant contribution to the textiles and apparel literature on Social responsibility/Sustainability. Authors of abstracts may request consideration for this award at time of submission. Authors of the highest ranked abstracts that are accepted for presentation at the ITAA Annual Conference will be invited to submit full length papers. These full-length papers will undergo a second review by the ESRAB Review Committee. The highest ranked paper is recognized at the ITAA Annual Conference. (Certificate)

ESRAP Award for Teaching
Awarded to the author(s) of the highest ranked full article that discusses a new/creative strategy, approach, or practice for teaching related to Social Responsibility/Sustainability. Authors of abstracts may request consideration for this award at time of submission. Authors of the highest ranked abstracts that are accepted for presentation at the ITAA Annual Conference will be invited to submit full length papers. These full-length papers will undergo a second review by the ESRAB Review Committee. The highest ranked paper is recognized at the ITAA Annual Conference. (Certificate)

ESRAP Awards for Sustainable Design*
ESRAP provides three awards for sustainable design in the ITAA Design Exhibition at the ITAA Annual Conference. One winner is selected from the Undergraduate Student level, one from the Graduate Student level, and one from the Professional level. Winners are chosen from accepted design entries (mounted and live gallery) at the ITAA Annual Conference. (Certificate)
Sustainable Design* Criteria: Excellence in design development that is focused on issues of sustainability, through the selection of materials, processes, and outcomes. This may include sustaining and improving the well-being of people, the processes that enhance sustainability, and design choices that sustain the environment.