New To Town? We’re Throwing You A Party!

We’re throwing a party! So if you are new to the area (or kinda new), let us welcome you to Fargo Moorhead! You can meet new friends and learn a little more about what makes Fargo-Moorhead such a wonderful place to live. We’ll have food, drinks and tattoos. Hosts will be on hand to answer questions or…
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Beyond Math, Giving Students A Glimpse Of What’s Possible

“I like your thought process. Can you show me on paper?” Reid Larson, a mechanical engineering student at NDSU, is one of eight college students spending several hours per week with second graders at Ed Clapp elementary in Fargo. The college students play games and do fun activities to help their second graders understand and master math concepts. Organizing his groups…
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GFMEDC Adds New Board Members, Elects Officers

Five area professionals have joined the Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation (GFMEDC) board of directors. The board also has elected new officers for 2017. New members Kevin Biffert, Jim Sweeney and Jim Buus began their terms January 1. Biffert is the President of Fargo Automation, Fargo; Sweeney is President of Fargo Jet Center, Fargo;…
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FM Welcome Party – Grab Your Ticket And Join Us November 1st!

We’re throwing a party! So if you are new to the area (or kinda new), join us! We want to be the first ones to welcome you to Fargo-Moorhead! We’re so glad you moved here. It’s a night where you can meet new friends and see what makes Fargo-Moorhead a great place to live. Grab…
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Enhancing Math, Inspiring Dreams. Program Connects NDSU Engineering Students With Fargo Second Graders

This upcoming school year, the GFMEDC and NDSU will again partner to place eight engineering students at Fargo’s Ed Clapp Elementary. The engineering students will work with all second graders enhancing their understanding of math concepts doing fun activities and playing games.  The pilot program was started in 2015-2016 thanks to a collaboration among the GFMEDC, NDSU and Fargo Public Schools. Two engineering students spent…
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