Founded in 1910 by the Danish-American industrialist Niels Poulsen, the American-Scandinavian Foundation facilitates and promotes a variety of educational and cultural exchanges between the United States and Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Visitors with a penchant for such exchanges and opportunities will find much to hold their attention here, as the site includes details on their grant and award programs, along with information on available fellowships and study abroad opportunities. The site also includes a number of instructional materials for educators who wish to teach their students about the Nordic region. The site is rounded out by an archive that contains recent issues of their in-house newsletter, Scan.


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