International Cooking Club Starts Wednesday
The International Program Office and the Moscow Bahai Community will present a free series of how-to classes on preparing simple, cost-effective international dishes. Learn to make khichuri, a south Asian rice dish with lentils; curried carrot bisque soup; and tofu stir fry with vegetables, 1-3 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 5, at the 1912 Center, 412 E. Third St. Space is limited to 15. Reserve your seat or email Farjahan Dance Shawon with questions.
Upcoming Funding Opportunities
Research and Faculty Development is requesting notice of intent (NOI) to apply to new limited submission funding opportunities with NOI deadlines: Environmental Protection Agency, Columbia River Basin Restoration Funding Assistance Program — Lower, Middle/Upper, Monday, Jan. 10; National Science Foundation, Advance: Organizational Change for Gender Equity in STEM Academic Professions, Institutional Transformation Track, Tuesday, Jan. 18; U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Farm Business Management and Benchmarking Competitive Grants Program, Tuesday, Jan. 18. Learn more and apply. Contact the Limited Submissions team with questions.
Registration Open for Fitness Classes
Start the new year off with a fitness class at the Student Rec Center. Register by Friday, Jan. 21, for seven-week sessions of Barre, Chisel and Sculpt, Cycling, Taekwondo and Yoga classes beginning Monday, Jan. 24. Learn more or register. Email Nate Poznick with questions.
Nominate a Book for Common Read
The Common Read Committee is looking for book nominations for the 2022-23 academic year. Nominations should be accessible to students of all reading levels, address contemporary issues, and be capable of being used for discussion in a wide range of courses. Email Dean Panttaja suggestions by Monday, Jan. 31, in the following format: title, author, area of concentration (e.g. racism, immigration, etc.) and a brief statement on how it meets the criteria. First-year students will be assigned to read the book as part of their studies. Learn more.