Assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian plans to speak about prison reform in an appearance at Wayne State University.
The school says his speech is planned for November 29th in Detroit.
The appearance is sponsored by the Criminal Justice Club, Criminal Justice Department and Student Council.
Kevorkian was released from prison in June after serving more than eight years behind bars. He's on parole for two years.
The retired pathologist claims to have helped at least 130 people die from 1990-1998. He has promised not to help in any other assisted suicides.