Best Books of 2016

As we near the end of 2016, we’re proud to see many of our speakers on this year’s “best of” lists. Below you will find a compilation of some of the…

Speakers at 2016 First-Year Experience Events

We’re celebrating another wonderful year of successful First-Year Experience events! Take a look at some of this year’s popular book selections and speakers hosted by programs across the country. Emily St….

Speakers on Civil Rights and Social Justice

Civil rights advocacy and social justice reform are some of our nation’s most important issues. From legal visionaries to Civil Rights icons, our speakers take on our justice system and dismantle social…

Our Speakers on Resiliency

From writing fiction to serving in the military, our speakers’ inspiring stories demonstrate how resiliency is a fundamental skill for both personal and professional growth.

Celebrating Earth Day…Everyday!

April 22, 2015 marks the 45th anniversary celebration of Earth Day. Inspire continued progress in sustainability by inviting one of our brilliant environmental speakers to your next event.

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Praise for Speakers

  • About Karen Russell

    Karen Russell was adored by all. She is magnificent. She’s kind and funny and generous and unassuming and smart and game and willing to speak with students. All I have is praise.

    —Hofstra University

  • About Emily St. John Mandel

    Everything came together beautifully! The students greeted her as if she was a rock star, her talk was interesting and spell-binding, followed by a good half-hour of eager questioning, all by students. There is no doubt in my mind that Emily’s demeanor and presence made the night. It was wonderful. She is very kind, and showed a lot of stamina and patience.

    —St. Michael’s College

  • About Bryan Stevenson

    I am still basking in the glory of Bryan’s visit. It was truly a wonderful event. Bryan is a gracious and eloquent man in every sense. I will be reflecting on his words and his philosophies for a long while.

    —East Lansing Public Library

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