Past TedxFargo speaker, Michael Burns, shared his experience from the 2018 Winter Olympics. Hear from him and his students at Texas State about what it was like to cover the Olympics with the Today Show.
Happy Birthday to one of our previous hosts, Erik Hatch, Realtor - Hatch Realty! He is the owner of Hatch Realty and Hatch Coaching and gave great insight about running a for-profit business with a nonprofit heart a few months ago in his talk at TEDxLATI. Click the link to listen to it!
Big cheers to our 2017 TEDxFargo speaker, Nastesho Ulow, on winning the human rights award in the youth category! The awards ceremony is tonight at 6:30m in the Fargo Theatre.
Think about trust in government - and try not to give yourself a headache. Government often operates like a monopoly, lacking the drive to offer superior service that most businesses must deliver if they want to compete. At the same time, we aren’t engaging with each other or the institutions that give public officials the feedback they need to make things work better.
Watch Lt. Governor Donna Lynne's TEDxFargo talk below!
Izzy Marcil shares the stage with Nikki Black and Red River Dance to perform her single Unafraid.
Which ever field today's high school student want to pursue, computer science and computational thinking will be a critical part of their future success. Why is it important for high school students everywhere to take a computer science class.
Click the link below to learn more from Kevin Wang on this topic!
James Lanman's TEDxFargo performance is live! Click the link below to watch a song that he sang for the first time on our stage.
Analysts suggest there are 1,000,000+ unfilled tech jobs just over the horizon. What if this looming talent crisis is exactly what the tech industry needs to force a reboot of its legacy recruiting practices? If software is the future of everything, what sort of people does the industry need to help them code tomorrow?
Click the link below to watch Mark Hurlburt's TEDxFargo talk!
Ali Fadlallah, shares what he is for in a powerful and moving performance. Click the link below to listen to what Ali is for!
Remember our past TEDxFargo speaker Steve Gadlin? You can snag a TEDxFargo inspired gift for someone over the holidays. Click the link below for more details.
26.5 million people live in food deserts and travel miles to have access to fresh and healthy food options in the U.S. What we don't talk about is the 50 million people that are economically distressed in the U.S., living in and working in these innovation deserts?
Watch Felecia Hatcher's TEDxFargo talk to learn more!
Stereotypes like "flyover country" and "vanilla" no longer apply to those who live in and approach life from the middle. More than ever in these extreme times, our country needs the centered, practical, and resilient makers and doers in the middle who are solving today's big problems and launching tomorrow's uncommon ideas.
Click the link below to learn more from Wendy Guillies of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.