The U.S. Embassy in Reykjavik has long been a champion of the Fulbright Program. Therefore, we were excited when the Embassy proposed that we collaborate on a new initiative, a Fulbright Commission Iceland Health Exchange, in response to the current pandemic. Funded by the U.S. Embassy and administered by the Commission, the Health Exchange Program will foster an exchange involving one American and one Icelandic scholar or specialist. The goal of this program is to promote U.S. – Iceland cooperation, encouraging dialogue and information sharing in an area that is at the forefront of policy making in both countries. Ambassador Jeffrey Ross Gunter said it best last June when he announced the Health Exchange Project in an op-ed in Fréttablaðið: “This project supports the Embassy´s commitment to strengthen the bilateral relationship between Iceland and the U.S. … Fulbright has for decades been a beacon in U.S.-Iceland relations… Fulbright makes the world a better place and strengthens the bilateral relationship.” We couldn’t agree more and look forward to bringing this project to fruition!