Skip to main content

Latest Blog Posts

These date fields support the following format: 2-digit month slash 2-digit day slash 4-digit year, as in mm/dd/yyyy
These date fields support the following format: 2-digit month slash 2-digit day slash 4-digit year, as in mm/dd/yyyy
A woman with pink hair, wearing a pink hoodie and light blue headphones, is sitting on the floor with her back to a chair and a laptop on her lap. She is holding a notepad and is writing on it.

Universities find virtual ways to offer study abroad

From video cooking classes to guest lecturers, universities are looking at new ways to bring cultural exchanges to students.
The flags of Poland and the United States flying next to each other.

Joint Base Charleston benefits from Military Personnel Exchange Program

Read about the Military Personnel Exchange Program's impact on both the Polish officer who is serving at Joint Base Charleston, and on the U.S. airmen who have had the chance to work with him.
The title of the podcast Pindrop

Pindrop: A Travel Podcast About Ideas

One new podcast is sharing stories about ideas, and the places where those ideas develop and grow.
Cover image of the book Save Your Ammo by Louise Rasmussen and Winston Sieck

Thirteen Tips for Working with Allies and Partners: A How-To Guide

Maj. George Fust discusses Louise Rasmussen and Winston Sieck's new book, Save Your Ammo.
A woman wearing a face mask poses for a photo, with a laptop on a desk behind her.

Camp Zama medical translator pays it forward, assists English-speaking patients in Japan

Read about Yuko Sano, a medical translator at Camp Zama in Japan.
2nd Lt. Lauren Shappell poses for a photo.

Project GO alum honored for work as cadet during COVID-19

2nd Lt. Lauren Shappell, Project GO and CULP alumnus, was honored for her work as a cadet during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Illustration of the profiles of many people, all of different races and genders.

Celebrate the World Day for Cultural Diversity

May 21st is the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Learn more about how to virtually celebrate and promote cultural diversity.
Silhouette of the profile of a person's face, with the text "Asian Pacific American Heritage Month"

Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Find out how you can commemorate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month from home.
Illustrated map of the world with dragons, ships, and mermaids.

Learning through Myths and Legends

Myths and legends can offer insight into a culture’s values and beliefs, their perspective on the world and the things that matter most to them. Watch these videos of three different myths and legends.
Subscribe to CultureReady Blog

Featured Blog Posts

A group of men in military uniforms seated around a table, talking, interpreter in background
Illustration of hands showing the letters and numbers in the American Sign Language alphabet
Student Philip Baites looking out at a sunset in Morocco. Text on image says "A film by Philip Baites, 'Tangier to Casablanca,' Rabat, Academic Year 2017-2018, University of Tennessee Knoxville."
Fish kites blowing in wind against blue sky.