From the SMU website:
"The Maguire Center for Ethics and SMU's Philosophy Department are proud to welcome visiting Yale Professor Shelly Kagan to present, "Why is Death Bad for You?"
Kagan is the Clark Professor of Philosophy at Yale. He is considered one of the outstanding moral philosophers of our time, who has written about many of the basic issues in ethics, including the nature of human well being and harm. Kagan's lecture concerns death and why we regard it as a bad thing for a person to undergo. "
More information here: http://www.smu.edu/Provost/Ethics/Events/ShellyKagan
There is two-hour parking starting at 3:00 around Burleson park just east of campus. After 5:00 it stops being time-limited. Not sure how likely it is that you'd get ticketed if you parked at say 2:50, and were technically in violation between 4:50 and 5:00. (Alternatively, there's free parking along the northbound side of Boedeker another block further east. Or you could pay to park in a garage on campus. Or you could park at Mockingbird station park-n-ride and take the free Mustang Express shuttle into campus.)