The 2024 theme for Black History Month is African Americans and the Arts – a celebration of Black Americans’ rich contributions to literature, film, music, visual arts, and more. We are proud to represent speakers whose unique insights will inspire and educate your audience.
The PRHSB team and some of our speakers will be in Seattle, Washington for the 43rd Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience from February 18-21, 2024. Here is some inspiration for your programming for first-year students.
On Glennon Doyle’s podcast We Can Do Hard Things, Priya Parker discussed how to create deeper relationships and redefine the way we connect
In 2024, Women’s History Month celebrates the theme Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Let yourself be inspired by the speakers on our roster who are fighting for equity and fairness.
Patricia Evangelista is the author of Some People Need Killings and the award-winning investigative journalist for Rappler, one of the Philippines’ top news sites which was founded by 2021 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa.
In the highly acclaimed first novel from short story virtuoso and Pulitzer Prize finalist Kelly Link, three teenagers become pawns in a supernatural power struggle as they try to solve the mystery of their own disappearances before it’s too late.
Burnout management coach and TikTok influencer Emily Ballesteros combines research, her expertise in organizational psychology, and tried-and-true strategies to provide a holistic method for burnout management in our always-on, chronically overextended culture.
Journalist Lauren Markham presents a thoughtful investigation of how the West’s valorization of collective myths around certain past cultures (like ancient Greece) is closely linked to the exclusion and demonization of refugees and immigrants today—and why this is hurting us all.
Legacy is the captivating story of a Black physician and her career in medicine and rousing call-to-action to fix the deep inequities that still exist in the U.S. healthcare system.
From the celebrated New York Times bestselling author of Such a Fun Age comes a fresh and provocative novel about a residential assistant and her messy entanglement with a professor and three unruly students.
A devastating meditation on friendship and family, and the ways in which time tests—and frays—those bonds, My Friends is an achingly beautiful work of literature by an author working at the peak of his powers.