The Fargo Project events are tonight and tomorrow

The Fargo Project is hosting two events to share information about the renovation of the 18-acre detention basin at Rabanus Park in Fargo as a multifunctional recreational area. The Fargo Project is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Fargo and spearheaded by ecological artist Jackie Brookner. Five other artists, including MSUM art faculty member […]

Ann Taylor case co-authored by Jerome Kuperman receives award

A 2009 case titled “Ann Taylor: Survival in Specialty retail” co-authored by Jerome Kuperman, School of Business, and colleagues at Pace University received an award as one of the three most frequently adopted cases according to sales/distribution numbers from McGraw-Hill Create and Ecch. The award will be presented at the annual meeting of the CASE Conference in May.

TCU provost selected chairman-elect for the Council of State Governments Group

Tim Flakoll, Provost of Tri-College University has been selected as Chairman-elect (Second Vice-president) of the Council of State Governments’ (CSG) Midwest Legislative Conference (MLC) at their annual conference in Cleveland, Ohio.  The organization is comprised of eleven Midwestern states and has four Canadian Provinces that are affiliated members.  When combined these Midwestern states make up the fourth largest economy in […]

Last chance to donate school supplies

MSU Moorhead has joined with other Fargo-Moorhead organizations to help support the 14th Annual Community School Supply Drive & Distribution, sponsored by United Way of Cass-Clay. The MSUM school supply drive will run through Thursday, July 26 at 4:00 p.m., with distribution to children beginning on Saturday, August 11th.