Deborah G. Jozwiak

320 Fisher Hall
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Email: wechtinstitute@duq.edu
Phone: 412-396-1330
Fax: 412-396-1331

13th Annual Symposium - October 17-19, 2013

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Passing the Torch

"Passing the Torch" on Video

Many of you who could not attend our recent conference, along with many conference attendees, have inquired about the availability of the program on video. Please note that the Institute is currently editing and sequencing the video footage, as well as exploring various delivery mechanisms. As soon as we have more to report, we will do so here, as well as via email to the Institute's email list. If you are not yet on that list, please let us know.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET REGISTERED FOR THE CONFERENCE AND ARE INTERESTED IN DOING SO, PLEASE NOTE THAT FOR LOGISTICAL REASONS WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCEPT ANY ADDITIONAL REGISTRATIONS ONLINE AT THIS TIME, AND WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE.  The conference will be available at a later date on DVD, so please check our website periodically for updates.

An International Symposium on the
50th Anniversary of the Assassination
of President John F. Kennedy

October 17-19 — Following up on its world-renowned 40th anniversary conference, the Wecht Institute is pleased to host many of the leading scientific, legal and investigative experts on the murder case that has fascinated and perplexed us for decades.  As the JFK assassination and many of its witnesses, investigators and researchers begin to recede into history, this symposium is intended to educate students, professionals and the general public alike about one of the seminal events of 20th century American history, and why it still matters today. See the agenda »

Featuring:
The JFK Assassination and the Media

October 17, 7-9 p.m. — A special panel discussion to be held at the Senator John Heinz History Center. Join moderator Sally Wiggin and panelists Oliver Stone, David Talbot, Jefferson Morley, Russ Baker, Lisa Pease and Jerry Policoff. Learn more and register »

In town for the conference?  Don't miss...

Kennedy Comedy... Too Soon?
The John McIntire Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show
Saturday, Oct. 19
Cabaret at Theater Square
Featuring Dr. Wecht and other Passing the Torch speakers
Click here for more information

Conference Sponsors:

Senator John Heinz History Center (Presenting Sponsor)
American College of Forensic Examiners Institute
NMS Labs
R.J. Lee Group
JFK Lancer
Coalition on Political Assassinations
Mary Ferrell Foundation