Are you planning on spending a part of your holiday break looking for grants to fund your studies, research, or to help support an organization you’re involved with?
As a UW Colleges community member, you have access to some grants research databases, including COS Pivot and Wisconsin Foundations. In addition, you can search several free federal databases, such as Grants.gov and Foundation Center. Check out all of the resources listed on the UWC Libraries’ grants resources page.
If you’re a UW Colleges faculty or staff member, and are getting ready to submit a grant, make sure to also check out the UW Colleges Grants page.
Interested in authentic Austrian cooking? What about interesting tales of immigration? Author Genevieve Davis read from her book Fanni’s Viennese Kitchen on Monday, November 3rd at 5:30 p.m. If you missed it, the audio is available here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/mtogu See some pictures on the library’s Facebook page.
Fanni’s Viennese Kitchen
Fanni’s Viennese Kitchen includes authentic recipes from Vienna. This book also includes stories on why Fanni sailed to America from Vienna in 1921, along with stories about how Fanni got her family through the Great Depression with her cooking!
Genevieve Davis is also the author of Secret Life, Secret Death. According to IMDb, Davis produced, wrote, directed, and designed the movie version of Secret Life, Secret Death on her own. Davis enjoys reenacting historical events such as Civil War events, medieval festivals, and 16th century Scottish events. Davis is also a professional artist.
George Papakis received his PhD in Urban Studies at UW-Milwaukee. He earned the Scott Greer Award for Outstanding Urban Research on the paper he wrote entitled, The Sobering Realities of the 2004 Olympics: Fiscal Crisis and the Privatization of Land. This fall, he plans to return to Greece to work on the issues highlighted by his research.
Papakis focuses his research on urban governance, globalization, and economic restructuring in Athens, Greece. During his lecture he expanded on each of this topics. If you’re a person who enjoys learning about the political and economical history of land use, and urban planning of Athens, then this is the lecture for you!