The Institute for Research on Women and Gender at the University of Michigan has posted their Fall 2015 calendar of events, many of which complement Siena's 2015-16 focus on justice and peace.
This calendar includes something for everyone, across all disciplines and areas of study. Co-sponsors for upcoming events include the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance; the Prison Creative Arts Program; the School of Kinesiology; the School of Social Work; the Helen Zell Creative Writing Program; the UM Initiative on Disability Studies; the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Program in Sexual Rights and Reproductive Justice; and the Science, Technology, and Society Program. And fans of Orange is the New Black should note that Piper Kerman, author of the memoir on which the show is based, will give a lecture on October 13.
All events are free unless otherwise noted on the IRWG calendar. Carpooling is encouraged, because it's better for the environment and gives you a chance to socialize with your fellow riders on the drive to Ann Arbor.