Voices of Community - Embracing the Power of Science Together

Hand touching the virtual screen on the floating digital happy smiley face icon to give satisfaction in service.
Carl-Martin N., supporter of FMSM, headshot of him with sandy brown hair and beard, wearing a blue and pink checked shirt.
“Every local high school in the F-M area has an Alumni Hall of Fame that features lots of Andersons, Johnsons, and Olsens who have gone on to great things and have given back to our community in meaningful ways. In the not too distant future, the names on these walls will be decidedly more difficult for many of us to pronounce – and a science museum dedicated to breaking down barriers of race and ethnicity in particular can make that happen more quickly. This is one of the main reasons why I’m supportive of this effort. Please keep me informed about your progress.”
Carl-Martin N.
Director of Communications, UWC-USA
Taylor D., support of FMSM, submitted a photo of he and his child taken at a golf driving range.
“I would love to help out where I can. I did my “master of architecture” thesis on this type of building and would love to be a part of the development!”
Taylor D.
Architectural Designer
Craig C submitted this picture of his child in winter gear, smiling and enjoying a crisp day in the woods
Just read a write-up about the proposed science museum! I agree – it’s long overdue. I look forward to hearing more about this and would be happy to participate (my 3 yr. old daughter would love this)…I am passionate about STEM and community involvement…I wish you all the best of luck on getting things moving.
Craig C.
Geneticist, USDA-ARS
FMSM supporter Becky B. standing outside in a glue bandana, black sunglasses and a neon yellow shirt with an illustration of reptiles on it.
“I grew up in Moorhead and went to school in the FM area. I now work in Bismarck, but would love to see my hometown get their SCIENCE on!”
Becky B.
Paleontologist, North Dakota Geological Survey