You can help support the important programs, research, instruction and outreach of both the Scandinavian and Baltic programs.
- Give to Scandinavian or Baltic Studies online now
- Learn about supporting Finnish Studies
- Learn about supporting Baltic Studies
In 2010, a circle of eight oak trees were planted on the University of Washington campus to celebrate the one-hundred year anniversary of the Department of Scandinavian Studies, and fifteen years of Baltic Studies at the UW. The eight trees, symbolizing the eight countries studied in the Scandinavian Department, were planted around the oldest footpath on campus, between Parrington Hall and William H. Gates Hall. Please support the Nordic-Baltic Centennial Oak Grove, with a suggested donation of $10 or more.