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Policy 0-004: Sexual Misconduct/Sexual Harassment (Including Sexual Violence)
Category: Harassment Policies
School: University of South Florida
Statement Rating: Yellow
Last updated: May 14, 2019
Relevant excerpt
The following actions are prohibited:

1. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence, by or between any faculty member, staff, or student, including individuals of the same s*x, in all academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic, and other programs of the University, whether those programs take place in University facilities, at a class or training program sponsored by the University at another location, or elsewhere.

6. Gender-based harassment, which may include acts of verbal, non-verbal, or physical aggression, intimidation, or hostility based on s*x or s*x-stereotyping, even if those acts do not involve conduct of a sexual nature.

Examples of prohibited conduct include, but are not limited to:

Requesting or coercing sexual intercourse or sexual favors, or attempting to or actually engaging in a sexual assault or sexual battery.
Inappropriate and unwelcome sexual attention or touching, including–but not limited to–leering, patting, fondling, pinching, and attempted or actual kissing.
Making actual or implied threats to impede or interfere with employment or educational opportunities or benefits for failing to agree to or engage in sexual activity.
Making actual or implied promises of an employment or educational opportunity or benefit in exchange for sexual activity.
Inferring or displaying favoritism that benefits or adversely affects another based on sexual involvement or a sexual relationship.
Making sexually explicit or suggestive gestures or sounds.

Sexual Harassment (which includes sexual violence) is any of the conduct below:

Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal, nonverbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: … Such conduct is sufficiently severe* or pervasive so as to alter the conditions of, or have the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with, an individual’s work or academic performance by creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working or educational environment. This may include off-campus acts of sexual harassment, including sexual violence, that have effects on campus which may contribute to a sexually hostile environment.

*In Title IX cases involving students the standard is whether the conduct is sufficiently serious that it interferes with or limits a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from the University’s program.

USF.edu | David Brodosi (Associate Director, Online Learning & Instructional Technology Services)

Judy Genshaft Honors College | USF.edu

Catherine Josephine Wilkins

Judy Genshaft Honors College | USF.edu

Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College

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Dr. Catherine Wilkins, Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College (Judy Genshaft Honors College).

The cancer patient constantly told Wilkins many things Wilkins was doing was wrong and immoral (how annoying!).

The cancer patient constantly begged Wilkins do the right and honorable thing and take corrective actions to be a better person (even more f*****g annoying!).

She didn’t. Now Wilkins is the Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College (Judy Genshaft Honors College).

Goes to show, you don’t need honor to reach high levels! Just fake it, until you make it!

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Dr. Catherine Wilkins, Art Historian.

Your “loved one” is fighting cancer and chemotherapy alone?

That means “PARTY TIME!” Right?

Go get your freak on, girl! Let your boyfriend die of cancer alone!

Cancer don’t stop no one’s fun, oh yeah, unless you’re the cancer patient that’s dying!

But that ain’t you dying, so go party like you don’t care, Catherine, because you don’t!

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Dr. Catherine Wilkins, Librarian.

Commits adultery with her supervisor in the library. Commits adultery with many others. Books are an aphrodisiac for adultery! Freaky-deaky librarian!

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Dr. Catherine Wilkins, Honors Professor.

Abuses a medical patient dying of cancer.

Now, that just makes you scum.

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Dr. Catherine Wilkins, Community Leader.

Files fraudulent requests for funding, and makes fraudulent statements to gain advancement and recommendations in the arts and medical fields.

Now that ruins the education for a lot of students (and countless others) who see teachers as role models.

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Why do the actions of Dr. Catherine Wilkins matter?

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When a medical patient goes to USF campus to report evidence of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ cheating and abuses, patient is instantly admonished by Dr. Wilkins’ arts professor. Dr. Wilkins engages in coverup and gaslighting to both the patient and USF, and continues various abuses on the patient. Dr. Wilkins for years does everything she can to prevent the patient reporting abuses.

Dr. Wilkins takes advantage of patient’s near-death and weakened state.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins then proceeds with her long career, now including community engagement programs such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art” with the Tampa Museum of Art and a patient-shadowing program with the Emergency Medicine division of Tampa General Hospital.

Also this year, Dr. Wilkins led an Honors course entitled “How to Make History.” This course is a collaboration with St. Petersburg Beach Public Library and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins is now the Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College.

Dr. Wilkins is also Director of Medical Humanities Curriculum for the Morsani College of Medicine.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins used and abused the patient’s near-death medical condition (and appropriated other life details) in fraudulent applications and statements in which Dr. Catherine Wilkins attempted to receive funding, credit, and false honor for medical bills she never paid and care-taking she never gave.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins also used these false claims of good deeds, sacrifice, and accomplishment to promote her entire career in the arts and its connection to medicine and mental health.

It is ironic that Dr. Catherine Wilkins abused and detrimentally traumatized a cancer patient’s mental health, and used the information she gained and the false statements she made to have a career where she teaches courses such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art.”

The medical patient, fighting cancer and the effects of chemotherapy alone, did not know all of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ fraudulent uses of them and their near-death condition, but has tried to report her many times. Often the medical patient was too weak, or afraid the increased stress or time-and-energy-and-resource-consuming effort would kill them. Sometimes it nearly did.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ falsified and exaggerated applications for funding, and the related events, brings to light many issues and calls for many questions, among them:

Students, teachers, and professors may now say:

The “gloss” individuals put on themselves really works. Exaggeration and lies are effective.

Why can’t I cheat, exaggerate, and fabricate entire stories and actions on my scholarships, grants, or job applications? Dr. Wilkins did and got promoted many times.

Why can’t I cheat on my assignments or tests? Dr. Wilkins cheats.

Why can’t I invent positive deeds I never did? Dr. Wilkins invents.

Why do I actually have to do something, instead of just saying I did something?

Why can’t I take credit from others? Dr. Wilkins steals credit from what other people do.

Why do I have to report academic dishonesty or abuses? I can just say I filed a report, but not. I can even create fabricated evidence of filing a report, but not. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

If I am accused or about to be reported for academic cheating or abuses, I can just obfuscate, lie, coverup, and prevent the reporter or abused from informing authorities. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

It says it is okay to admonish the victim when trying to report academic dishonesty and abuse. (When a report could have been made earlier in person, Dr. Wilkins’ USF arts teacher at the time admonished the victim/medical patient and supported Dr. Wilkins.)

It says I can teach within the fields or related subjects that I committed my abuses. Dr. Wilkins does. (Dr. Wilkins should not be around medical patients.)

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ academic history; all of Dr. Wilkins’ scholarship applications, grant writing, written papers, her own recommendations from others, and her recommendations of or to others.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed knowledge or research.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed accomplishment.

It calls into question from those foundations and charities giving scholarships and grants, that Dr. Wilkins fabricates when requesting funding.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ professional relationships, especially those with superiors, and if any have turned personal or sexual in ways that are unethical, dishonorable, or unbecoming of the institutions of education. It calls into question Dr. Wilkins’ active or willing participation in any such affairs or their coverups.

It provides many negative examples of lacking personal and relationship integrity, not merely professional. Teachers are role models. Students seeing how Dr. Wilkins conducts a personal life of adultery and dishonesty have their personal relationship foundations eroded if they follow her real-life example. Personal integrity at home, is as important (if not more so) as professional integrity. Ultimately, all integrity is interconnected.

It says Machiavellian tactics are helpful and productive to the individual.

It tells society, foundations, and charities to be increasingly weary of financial scams involving cancer (or any medical need). This tells society to disregard requests to help those with cancer, as it may be fraudulent. This is an immense detriment to those truly suffering from cancer, who need lifesaving funds and support.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is an abused orphan. This tells society they may further abuse an orphan, use an orphan’s status for their own gain, and not actually care for an orphan; just say they cared for them as they are in reality further being abused, whether child or adult. This says society may appropriate and dishonestly use to advantage the status of a weaker person, to increase and benefit the status of a more well-off person.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a minority. This tells society that a Caucasian or race dominant in any society may continue to use, abuse, manipulate, disregard, steal from, gain from, appropriate from, and take advantage of a minority.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a cancer patient. This tells society that medical patients have no rights. Medical patients may be used for illicit gain, manipulated, and abused — even as it leads to more suffering, more health issues, magnified health issues, mental trauma, and even if it may lead to the patients’ death or near-death through neglect, abuse, delays, or obstruction. It says medical patients may be used for unlawful gain.

It tells society when I commit consensual adultery, I can appropriate “rape” as my cover story. This has endless negative consequences for real-life rape victims and victims of sexual harassment or assault, and their ability to report such abuse and be taken seriously. While adultery should never be committed, this also has negative consequences for the person engaging in consensual adultery and being accused of rape. While both are immoral, there is a difference.

The medical patient Dr. Wilkins uses in her fraudulent applications for funding and honor, is also a real-life multiple-incident rape survivor from childhood. Appropriating “rape” to defend oneself in committing consensual adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to in a related incident with David Brodosi, also of USF) is an atrocity to real-life rape survivors. Real-life rape victims suffer enough from the incident, and suffer enough from their struggle for justice. Rape should never be appropriated to excuse the guilt of adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to).

It says when I am abusing someone, I just need to say: “I am taking care of them.”

Dr. Wilkins’ academic abuses may diminish the arts and humanities in the eyes of others. Artists already struggle for accreditation, funding, and respect.

It says honor at an Honors College is just a name, but not a reality.

It says one does not need true integrity, they just have to fake integrity. That integrity is superficial.

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Judy Genshaft Honors College

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Florida College Professor Arrested for Fraud After It is Discovered That He Does NOT Have Doctorate Degree

Posted by kodybear622

This is some serious cray cray bull s**t. This guy woke up one day and said, I think I want to be a college professor. But instead of getting a Doctorate like any normal person would do, he fabricated one on his home computer along with transcripts to back it up. WTF! I know right. Well, it took 5 yrs for his lies to be discovered and when they were he was arrested for grand theft and cheating. David Scott Broxterman, affectionately known on the Polk State College Campus as Dr. Broxterman worked as a college professor at PSC for 5 years starting in 2009 and during that time he earned $258, 760.00 which the State Attorney’s office has labeled “stolen wages”. According to PSC when the “professor” applied to the college back 2009, his credentials were verified by staff at the college, but going forward; PSC now claims they will use a 3rd party verifier from now on. Yeah, I think that is a good idea. hahahaha Oh! You might ask, what prompted a review of this guy’s credentials after 5 long years? Well, he was involved in another fraud case, where he is the defendant. He sold a coin collection for thousands but turns out it was only worth pennies!!! Tsk tsk tsk tsk tsk!!! Oh what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive!!! Personally, I think he should have been found out a lot sooner, not because he was a bad professor; because he was not bad at all. As a matter of fact he received a very high rating on ratemyprofessor.com 4.9 out 5.0. But in his office at school, he displayed his doctorate certificate and on it was a black and white seal instead of a gold one. Also, there was a typo and the middle initial of the President of the School where the certificate was issued didn’t match the woman’s name. Luckily for the fake professor’s bachelor’s and master’s degrees were legitimate and so he did have actual knowledge too which allowed him to fake it for so long. PSC is not going to penalize any of his students by making them retake courses taught by the faux professor. Which is good for them. Hey David, I bet you regret cheating that coin collector now, eh? Maybe you can cop a plea? If not, dont drop the soap once you get to prison. hahahaha

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Meet Catherine Wilkins…

While her “loved one of four years” was battling cancer, fighting for their life, bald from chemo, and suffering greatly —

Catherine Wilkins * * Fakes taking care of her “loved one” to receive her own sympathy and rewards.

Catherine Wilkins * * Abandons her “loved one” to fight for their life or die on their own.

Catherine Wilkins * * Tells her “loved one” while they are fighting cancer, that she joined Delta Force (so she can escape responsibility).

Catherine Wilkins * * Lies to her college professors and family.

Catherine Wilkins * * Receives praise from her college professors for her lies.

Catherine Wilkins * * Fakes massive details on her scholarships trying to get money for what she lied about.

Catherine Wilkins * * Lies about paying her “loved one’s” medical bills, so she can get school funding.

Catherine Wilkins * * Receives credit, respect, and sympathy for her lies and good deeds that she NEVER did.

Catherine Wilkins * * Appropriates the suffering and life-and-death struggle of others to advance herself.

Catherine Wilkins * * Commits adultery.

Catherine Wilkins * * Abuses the academic system for years.

Catherine Wilkins * * Copies, steals, and appropriates ideas from others, and claims her own credit for them.

Catherine Wilkins * * Covers up her dishonesty.

Catherine Wilkins * * Blames others when she gets caught.

Catherine Wilkins * * When caught lying, cheating, committing adultery, copying, and faking — just lies that she’ll stop lying, then keeps lying for years.

Catherine Wilkins * * Does not care about the pain she causes others.

Catherine Wilkins * * Does not care about making the life-and-death struggle of cancer and chemotherapy more difficult on the “loved one” she’s abusing, using, and scamming.

     When your loved one got cancer, what did you do?

     Did you cheat and try to profit like Catherine Wilkins?

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What are the requirements for USF Honors College?

1 Answer

Jason Searhand

Answered Jul 24, 2017

First of all, know what you are getting into.

The Honors college is a liberal arts program. Moreover, some of their classes can have the most bull**** aasignments you will ever have the displeasure to partake in (i.e. Arts and Humanities). Furthermore, they have requirements that costs money to satisfy (and will end up costing more than the scholarships they give) such as the Global Experience requirement. Finally, you will have to do an Honors Thesis, which is h**l. You have to attend events as well, which can be a drag.

That being said, the classes that are Honors requirement also satisfies FKL requirements and writing intensive/higher level writing requirements (Honors thesis). I also have made almost all of my friends through the Honors college (from activities and classes), as well as stay in touch with Honors professors that will give glowing letters of recommendation I will need in the future. Moreover, you get early class sign ups every semester and $2000 in scholarships spread over 3/4 years, depending on how long it takes you to complete the thesis (600,600,800 respectively). Furthermore, you will have access to study abroad trips that are open only to Honors students.

With that out of the way, here are the requirements:

-29 ACT or 1360 on the SAT will get you an application invitation but not automatic acceptance

-30 ACT or 1400 on the SAT will get you an invitation to join on terms of automatic acceptance.

-32 ACT or 1470 on the SAT will get you invited to the 7 year Medical program (3 years undergrad, 4 years med school), with guaranteed interview opportunity at USF Morsani college of medicine if you meet the requirements (515 on MCAT min).

-Your current GPA is good enough to get invited into the 7 year program presuming you keep the 4.0 recalculated GPA, so it will be more than enough to get invited into the Honors program.

-You must be a US Citizen.

If you have enough credits, I suggest you apply for the Provost 3 year program within the Honors college (26 ACT requirement and at least 18 credit hours upon admission). Combined with the Honors college, Provost gives $2000 in scholarship for study abroad which will work towards satisfaction of the Global Experience requirement for the Honors college. They also move your 4th year USF admission scholarship towards your summers, giving you summer scholarships.

That’s it! Good luck!

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Instructor
Department: Honors College
College/Division: Honors College
Salary Plan: 9-month faculty
Hiring Salary/Salary Range: $60,000 – 70,000 Annual

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Please remember, you will be submitting applications to a person (Search Committee Chair, Dr. Catherine Wilkins) that:

* Falsifies their own scholarship applications

* Abused a dying cancer patient

* Committed adultery

* Had secret s*x with USF faculty

* Falsifies, copies, appropriates from other people

* Lies for Academic Advancement

* MORE

However, while Dr. Catherine Wilkins need not be moral or ethical, job applicants will be expected to (supposedly, hopefully, possibly).

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DUTIES:
The Honors College at the University of South Florida seeks a full-time instructor. The area of specialization is open. We are particularly interested in individuals whose academic training has equipped them to creatively address from an interdisciplinary perspective ecological concerns of critical international importance as well as specific issues present in our local environment.

Applicants should be invested in inventive pedagogy and curriculum development, experiential learning, and community engagement. Applicants should have experience teaching high-ability students, and be comfortable working in a liberal arts setting that fosters faculty collaboration and student engagement both inside and outside the classroom. Highly desired is an ability to lead students in fieldwork, both in the local community and abroad. The ideal candidate will possess a background that demonstrates a capacity for interdisciplinary inquiry and willingness to critically examine mainstream scientific practices and hegemonic narratives. We highly encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds and/or candidates whose research itself focuses on issues related to diversity and/or social and environmental justice.

Teaching load is 3/3 (classes capped at 19 students), plus honors thesis mentoring and other efforts in support of student success. Salary highly competitive, depending on qualifications.

QUALIFICATIONS (Education & Experience):
Requirements: Demonstrable effectiveness as a teacher at the university level; demonstrable experience with high-ability students; ability to communicate disciplinary interests within a liberal arts curriculum; preparedness to engage students from a range of majors (from Engineering to Dance, Biomedical Sciences to History) with course content; experience with multicultural or global perspectives in course or program development. A Master’s degree is required; Ph.D in hand is strongly preferred.

Information for Applicants
This position is subject to a criminal background check.

How To Apply
Please include your experience as it relates to the qualifications stated above. YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME, PLUS ANY OTHER REQUESTED MATERIAL.

Please include a CV, letter of interest, and a sample Honors course syllabus. Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Catherine Wilkins ([email protected]).

Work Location
Campus map and location overview: USF – Tampa Campus

About USF
The University of South Florida System is a high-impact, global research system dedicated to student success. The USF System includes three institutions: USF; USF St. Petersburg; and USF Sarasota-Manatee. The institutions are separately accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. All institutions have distinct missions and their own detailed strategic plans. Serving over 48,000 students, the USF System has an annual budget of $1.6 billion and an annual economic impact of $4.4 billion. USF is a member of the American Athletic Conference.

USF is an equal opportunity, equal access academic institution that embraces diversity in the workplace.

The University of South Florida is a high-impact, global research university located in the beautiful Tampa Bay region of Florida’s west coast. It is one of the largest public universities in the nation, and among the top 50 universities, public or private, for federal research expenditures. USF is one of only four Florida public universities classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in the top tier of research universities.

The University of South Florida is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. As a Florida public university, USF must make application materials publicly available upon request.

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Catherine Wilkins

Catherine Wilkins…

Let’s meet this wonderful person!

While her “loved one of four years” was battling cancer, fighting for their life, bald from chemo, and suffering greatly:

Catherine Wilkins * * Fakes taking care of her “loved one” to receive her own sympathy and rewards.

Catherine Wilkins * * Abandons her “loved one” to fight for their life or die on their own.

Catherine Wilkins * * Tells her “loved one” while they are fighting cancer, that she joined Delta Force (so she can escape responsibility).

Catherine Wilkins * * Lies to her college professors and family.

Catherine Wilkins * * Receives praise from her college professors for her lies.

Catherine Wilkins * * Fakes massive details on her scholarships trying to get money for what she lied about.

Catherine Wilkins * * Lies about paying her “loved one’s” medical bills, so she can get school funding.

Catherine Wilkins * * Receives credit, respect, and sympathy for her lies and good deeds that she NEVER did.

Catherine Wilkins * * Appropriates the suffering and life-and-death struggle of others to advance herself.

Catherine Wilkins * * Commits adultery.

Catherine Wilkins * * Abuses the academic system for years.

Catherine Wilkins * * Copies, steals, and appropriates ideas from others, and claims her own credit for them.

Catherine Wilkins * * Covers up her dishonesty.

Catherine Wilkins * * Blames others when she gets caught.

Catherine Wilkins * * When caught lying, cheating, committing adultery, copying, and faking — just lies that she’ll stop lying, then keeps lying for years.

Catherine Wilkins * * Does not care about the pain she causes others.

Catherine Wilkins * * Does not care about making the life-and-death struggle of cancer and chemotherapy more difficult on the “loved one” she’s abusing, using, and scamming.

     When your loved one got cancer, what did you do?

     Did you cheat and try to profit like Catherine Wilkins?

Don’t be a Catherine Wilkins.

USF.edu | When a medical patient goes to USF campus to report evidence of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ cheating and abuses, patient is instantly admonished …

“How to Make History” taught by Catherine Wilkins.

Dr. Wilkins commits adultery and abuses a medical patient.


When a medical patient goes to USF campus to report evidence of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ cheating and abuses, patient is instantly admonished by Dr. Wilkins’ arts professor. Dr. Wilkins engages in coverup and gaslighting to both the patient and USF, and continues various abuses on the patient. Dr. Wilkins for years does everything she can to prevent the patient reporting abuses.

Dr. Wilkins takes advantage of patient’s near-death and weakened state.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins then proceeds with her long career, now including community engagement programs such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art” with the Tampa Museum of Art and a patient-shadowing program with the Emergency Medicine division of Tampa General Hospital.

Also this year, Dr. Wilkins led an Honors course entitled “How to Make History.” This course is a collaboration with St. Petersburg Beach Public Library and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins is now the Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College.

Dr. Wilkins is also Director of Medical Humanities Curriculum for the Morsani College of Medicine.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins used and abused the patient’s near-death medical condition (and appropriated other life details) in fraudulent applications and statements in which Dr. Catherine Wilkins attempted to receive funding, credit, and false honor for medical bills she never paid and care-taking she never gave.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins also used these false claims of good deeds, sacrifice, and accomplishment to promote her entire career in the arts and its connection to medicine and mental health.

It is ironic that Dr. Catherine Wilkins abused and detrimentally traumatized a cancer patient’s mental health, and used the information she gained and the false statements she made to have a career where she teaches courses such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art.”

The medical patient, fighting cancer and the effects of chemotherapy alone, did not know all of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ fraudulent uses of them and their near-death condition, but has tried to report her many times. Often the medical patient was too weak, or afraid the increased stress or time-and-energy-and-resource-consuming effort would kill them. Sometimes it nearly did.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ falsified and exaggerated applications for funding, and the related events, brings to light many issues and calls for many questions, among them:

Students, teachers, and professors may now say:

The “gloss” individuals put on themselves really works. Exaggeration and lies are effective.

Why can’t I cheat, exaggerate, and fabricate entire stories and actions on my scholarships, grants, or job applications? Dr. Wilkins did and got promoted many times.

Why can’t I cheat on my assignments or tests? Dr. Wilkins cheats.

Why can’t I invent positive deeds I never did? Dr. Wilkins invents.

Why do I actually have to do something, instead of just saying I did something?

Why can’t I take credit from others? Dr. Wilkins steals credit from what other people do.

Why do I have to report academic dishonesty or abuses? I can just say I filed a report, but not. I can even create fabricated evidence of filing a report, but not. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

If I am accused or about to be reported for academic cheating or abuses, I can just obfuscate, lie, coverup, and prevent the reporter or abused from informing authorities. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

It says it is okay to admonish the victim when trying to report academic dishonesty and abuse. (When a report could have been made earlier in person, Dr. Wilkins’ USF arts teacher at the time admonished the victim/medical patient and supported Dr. Wilkins.)

It says I can teach within the fields or related subjects that I committed my abuses. Dr. Wilkins does. (Dr. Wilkins should not be around medical patients.)

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ academic history; all of Dr. Wilkins’ scholarship applications, grant writing, written papers, her own recommendations from others, and her recommendations of or to others.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed knowledge or research.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed accomplishment.

It calls into question from those foundations and charities giving scholarships and grants, that Dr. Wilkins fabricates when requesting funding.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ professional relationships, especially those with superiors, and if any have turned personal or sexual in ways that are unethical, dishonorable, or unbecoming of the institutions of education. It calls into question Dr. Wilkins’ active or willing participation in any such affairs or their coverups.

It provides many negative examples of lacking personal and relationship integrity, not merely professional. Teachers are role models. Students seeing how Dr. Wilkins conducts a personal life of adultery and dishonesty have their personal relationship foundations eroded if they follow her real-life example. Personal integrity at home, is as important (if not more so) as professional integrity. Ultimately, all integrity is interconnected.

It says Machiavellian tactics are helpful and productive to the individual.

It tells society, foundations, and charities to be increasingly weary of financial scams involving cancer (or any medical need). This tells society to disregard requests to help those with cancer, as it may be fraudulent. This is an immense detriment to those truly suffering from cancer, who need lifesaving funds and support.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is an abused orphan. This tells society they may further abuse an orphan, use an orphan’s status for their own gain, and not actually care for an orphan; just say they cared for them as they are in reality further being abused, whether child or adult. This says society may appropriate and dishonestly use to advantage the status of a weaker person, to increase and benefit the status of a more well-off person.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a minority. This tells society that a Caucasian or race dominant in any society may continue to use, abuse, manipulate, disregard, steal from, gain from, appropriate from, and take advantage of a minority.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a cancer patient. This tells society that medical patients have no rights. Medical patients may be used for illicit gain, manipulated, and abused — even as it leads to more suffering, more health issues, magnified health issues, mental trauma, and even if it may lead to the patients’ death or near-death through neglect, abuse, delays, or obstruction. It says medical patients may be used for unlawful gain.

It tells society when I commit consensual adultery, I can appropriate “rape” as my cover story. This has endless negative consequences for real-life rape victims and victims of sexual harassment or assault, and their ability to report such abuse and be taken seriously. While adultery should never be committed, this also has negative consequences for the person engaging in consensual adultery and being accused of rape. While both are immoral, there is a difference.

The medical patient Dr. Wilkins uses in her fraudulent applications for funding and honor, is also a real-life multiple-incident rape survivor from childhood. Appropriating “rape” to defend oneself in committing consensual adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to in a related incident with David Brodosi, also of USF) is an atrocity to real-life rape survivors. Real-life rape victims suffer enough from the incident, and suffer enough from their struggle for justice. Rape should never be appropriated to excuse the guilt of adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to).

It says when I am abusing someone, I just need to say: “I am taking care of them.”

Dr. Wilkins’ academic abuses may diminish the arts and humanities in the eyes of others. Artists already struggle for accreditation, funding, and respect.

It says honor at an Honors College is just a name, but not a reality.

It says one does not need true integrity, they just have to fake integrity. That integrity is superficial.

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The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead

Nonfiction book, authored by David Callahan

THE CHEATING CULTURE is an eye-opening introduction to the real world. It will enlighten high school students as to how their peers are adroitly eluding obstacles that might interfere with becoming rich, famous, powerful, and going to Disneyland.

The main thesis of the book is that the current state of American society, characterized by rampant inequality and a winner-take-all philosophy, produces the cheating that has been observed in business, law, academia, journalism, entertainment and medicine.

Cheating, of both illegal and legal forms, is pervasive in an American society where incentive-driven structures (e.g. stock options, production-based pay, fast-track career options) have gone haywire: Instead of promoting productivity and “fair play”, they reward deception and chicanery. Callahan provides multiple examples of this phenomenon in recent American history:

In the 1980, when Sears instituted a production quota for its auto repair staff, mechanics began performing unnecessary and costly maintenance.

Overbilling is common within the legal profession. Pressed to bill as much time as possible, young lawyers may overcharge clients.

In the medical profession, physicians may overstate the symptoms of managed care patients, else insurers would deny coverage.

Not restricted to professions, cheating now appears in all facets of American life. According to Callahan, cheating breeds upon a dynamic between a “winner class”, an upper-class so influential they effectively are exempt from most rules and standards, and an “anxious class”, often compelled to cheat during a period of downward social mobility, downsizing, and within a cultural climate that values money and power above personal integrity.

Callahan shows, however, that large-scale cheating is most prevalent among the “Winner” upper class. Despite their high salaries and opulent lifestyles, they live in constant comparison with those who have more than them, and therefore exhibit lives characterized by high spending, severe anxiety, and countless opportunities and temptations to cheat.

The author, however, also notes that blame for the cheating phenomenon does not lie upon a single class of people. Rather, it represents the individualistic ambitions of the amorphously-defined “Me” generation, mixed dangerously with laissez-faire principles espoused by the 1980s neoliberals, and implemented, to America’s detriment, during the “get-rich-quick” era of the 1980s and 1990s.

While speaking about the book in Denver, Colorado, Callahan made the following statements about American society:

The level of the public’s trust is low to the point of being “poisonous”. Throughout his book, he states that cynical attitudes and lack of trust in others produce cheating. For example, one expecting to be “screwed” by others is more likely to cheat others, in order to compensate.

Members of higher socio-economic groups frequently victimize members of lower socio-economic groups.

The 1980s and 1990s were characterized by an emphasis on self-interest, maintaining the individualism and anti-conformism of the 1960s but shedding the community-oriented ideals of social responsibility and personal integrity.

American society has a “schizophrenic personality”: it tends to cyclically alternate between a spirit of self-interest, and an attitude of communal interest. The last period of vulgar self-interest, according to Callahan, was during the American 1920s, prior to Black Tuesday and the onset of the Great Depression.

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Dr. Catherine Josephine Wilkins – University of South Florida

Moral Turpitude

March 22, 2016 by: Content Team 4

Definition of moral turpitude:

Moral turpitude is a legal concept that refers to any conduct that is believed to be contrary to the community standards of honesty, justice, or good moral values. While there is no one exact definition of acts that are considered under moral turpitude, they are typically described as any acts of vileness or depravity, or of sexual immorality, whether in a private or social context. To explore this concept, consider the following moral turpitude definition.

Noun

Conduct that is believed to be contrary to community standards of honesty, good morals, or justice.
Conduct that shocks the public sensibilities, and is contrary to the rules of morality and duties owed between two people or a person and society.

Origin

15th century Latin turpitudo (“vile” or “base”)

What is Moral Turpitude

The word turpitude is defined as a shameful, vile, or corrupt character or acts. Moral turpitude refers to conduct that shocks the public conscience, or which does not fall within the moral standards held by the community. The law concerning moral turpitude is constantly changing and evolving, as the moral standards of society in general change.

In a legal sense, moral turpitude affects a wide range of activities, some of which are unlawful, and some of which are not. In many areas, conduct of moral turpitude may be used to determine the honesty or trustworthiness of a candidate for office, an applicant for certain types of job, and witnesses at trial.

Crimes of Moral Turpitude

Categories of Crimes and Moral Turpitude

Crimes involving moral turpitude are generally grouped into three distinct general categories. The general categories of crimes and moral turpitude include: (1) crimes against property, (2) crimes against the government, and (3) crimes against people. Each category consists of certain crimes involving moral turpitude, and crimes that are not considered to involve moral turpitude.

Fraud
Making false representations
Intending to defraud another person or a business

College Professor Fired for Acts of Moral Turpitude

In 2012, Marco Dorfsman, an associate Spanish Professor as the University of New Hampshire altered evaluations given by colleague, French lecturer Emilie Taplin’s, students. Dorfsman changed the average score for each class taught by his colleague to make it seem as if her performance did not meet the standards set by her department. The defendant changed the scores in order to secure his job by eliminating Taplin’s position.

The issue came up when Professor Taplin’s contract came up for renewal in 2013. In January, 2013, Dorfsman admitted to the Board what he had done, claiming he had an emotional breakdown, which caused him to alter the scores. The university fired Dorfsman, stating that such acts of moral turpitude could not be tolerated at the institution.

Related Legal Terms and Issues

Fraud – A false representation of fact, whether by words, conduct, or concealment, intended to deceive another.

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“How to Make History” | St. Petersburg Beach Public Library | Catherine Wilkins | While Dr. Wilkins was a librarian, Dr. Wilkins committed adultery and abused a medical patient.


When a medical patient goes to USF campus to report evidence of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ cheating and abuses, patient is instantly admonished by Dr. Wilkins’ arts professor. Dr. Wilkins engages in coverup and gaslighting to both the patient and USF, and continues various abuses on the patient. Dr. Wilkins for years does everything she can to prevent the patient reporting abuses.

Dr. Wilkins takes advantage of patient’s near-death and weakened state.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins then proceeds with her long career, now including community engagement programs such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art” with the Tampa Museum of Art and a patient-shadowing program with the Emergency Medicine division of Tampa General Hospital.

Also this year, Dr. Wilkins led an Honors course entitled “How to Make History.” This course is a collaboration with St. Petersburg Beach Public Library and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins is now the Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College.

Dr. Wilkins is also Director of Medical Humanities Curriculum for the Morsani College of Medicine.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins used and abused the patient’s near-death medical condition (and appropriated other life details) in fraudulent applications and statements in which Dr. Catherine Wilkins attempted to receive funding, credit, and false honor for medical bills she never paid and care-taking she never gave.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins also used these false claims of good deeds, sacrifice, and accomplishment to promote her entire career in the arts and its connection to medicine and mental health.

It is ironic that Dr. Catherine Wilkins abused and detrimentally traumatized a cancer patient’s mental health, and used the information she gained and the false statements she made to have a career where she teaches courses such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art.”

The medical patient, fighting cancer and the effects of chemotherapy alone, did not know all of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ fraudulent uses of them and their near-death condition, but has tried to report her many times. Often the medical patient was too weak, or afraid the increased stress or time-and-energy-and-resource-consuming effort would kill them. Sometimes it nearly did.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ falsified and exaggerated applications for funding, and the related events, brings to light many issues and calls for many questions, among them:

Students, teachers, and professors may now say:

The “gloss” individuals put on themselves really works. Exaggeration and lies are effective.

Why can’t I cheat, exaggerate, and fabricate entire stories and actions on my scholarships, grants, or job applications? Dr. Wilkins did and got promoted many times.

Why can’t I cheat on my assignments or tests? Dr. Wilkins cheats.

Why can’t I invent positive deeds I never did? Dr. Wilkins invents.

Why do I actually have to do something, instead of just saying I did something?

Why can’t I take credit from others? Dr. Wilkins steals credit from what other people do.

Why do I have to report academic dishonesty or abuses? I can just say I filed a report, but not. I can even create fabricated evidence of filing a report, but not. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

If I am accused or about to be reported for academic cheating or abuses, I can just obfuscate, lie, coverup, and prevent the reporter or abused from informing authorities. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

It says it is okay to admonish the victim when trying to report academic dishonesty and abuse. (When a report could have been made earlier in person, Dr. Wilkins’ USF arts teacher at the time admonished the victim/medical patient and supported Dr. Wilkins.)

It says I can teach within the fields or related subjects that I committed my abuses. Dr. Wilkins does. (Dr. Wilkins should not be around medical patients.)

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ academic history; all of Dr. Wilkins’ scholarship applications, grant writing, written papers, her own recommendations from others, and her recommendations of or to others.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed knowledge or research.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed accomplishment.

It calls into question from those foundations and charities giving scholarships and grants, that Dr. Wilkins fabricates when requesting funding.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ professional relationships, especially those with superiors, and if any have turned personal or sexual in ways that are unethical, dishonorable, or unbecoming of the institutions of education. It calls into question Dr. Wilkins’ active or willing participation in any such affairs or their coverups.

It provides many negative examples of lacking personal and relationship integrity, not merely professional. Teachers are role models. Students seeing how Dr. Wilkins conducts a personal life of adultery and dishonesty have their personal relationship foundations eroded if they follow her real-life example. Personal integrity at home, is as important (if not more so) as professional integrity. Ultimately, all integrity is interconnected.

It says Machiavellian tactics are helpful and productive to the individual.

It tells society, foundations, and charities to be increasingly weary of financial scams involving cancer (or any medical need). This tells society to disregard requests to help those with cancer, as it may be fraudulent. This is an immense detriment to those truly suffering from cancer, who need lifesaving funds and support.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is an abused orphan. This tells society they may further abuse an orphan, use an orphan’s status for their own gain, and not actually care for an orphan; just say they cared for them as they are in reality further being abused, whether child or adult. This says society may appropriate and dishonestly use to advantage the status of a weaker person, to increase and benefit the status of a more well-off person.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a minority. This tells society that a Caucasian or race dominant in any society may continue to use, abuse, manipulate, disregard, steal from, gain from, appropriate from, and take advantage of a minority.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a cancer patient. This tells society that medical patients have no rights. Medical patients may be used for illicit gain, manipulated, and abused — even as it leads to more suffering, more health issues, magnified health issues, mental trauma, and even if it may lead to the patients’ death or near-death through neglect, abuse, delays, or obstruction. It says medical patients may be used for unlawful gain.

It tells society when I commit consensual adultery, I can appropriate “rape” as my cover story. This has endless negative consequences for real-life rape victims and victims of sexual harassment or assault, and their ability to report such abuse and be taken seriously. While adultery should never be committed, this also has negative consequences for the person engaging in consensual adultery and being accused of rape. While both are immoral, there is a difference.

The medical patient Dr. Wilkins uses in her fraudulent applications for funding and honor, is also a real-life multiple-incident rape survivor from childhood. Appropriating “rape” to defend oneself in committing consensual adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to in a related incident with David Brodosi, also of USF) is an atrocity to real-life rape survivors. Real-life rape victims suffer enough from the incident, and suffer enough from their struggle for justice. Rape should never be appropriated to excuse the guilt of adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to).

It says when I am abusing someone, I just need to say: “I am taking care of them.”

Dr. Wilkins’ academic abuses may diminish the arts and humanities in the eyes of others. Artists already struggle for accreditation, funding, and respect.

It says honor at an Honors College is just a name, but not a reality.

It says one does not need true integrity, they just have to fake integrity. That integrity is superficial.

Dr. Wilkins takes advantage of patients’ near-death and weakened state | Catherine Wilkins | Emergency Medicine, Tampa General Hospital | USF HONORS

When a medical patient goes to USF campus to report evidence of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ cheating and abuses, patient is instantly admonished by Dr. Wilkins’ arts professor. Dr. Wilkins engages in coverup and gaslighting to both the patient and USF, and continues various abuses on the patient. Dr. Wilkins for years does everything she can to prevent the patient reporting abuses.

Dr. Wilkins takes advantage of patients’ near-death and weakened state.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins then proceeds with her long career, now including community engagement programs such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art” with the Tampa Museum of Art and a patient-shadowing program with the Emergency Medicine division of Tampa General Hospital.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins is now the Interim Assistant Dean of University of South Florida Honors College.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins used and abused the patient’s near-death medical condition (and appropriated other life details) in fraudulent applications and statements in which Dr. Catherine Wilkins attempted to receive funding, credit, and false honor for medical bills she never paid and care-taking she never gave.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins also used these false claims of good deeds, sacrifice, and accomplishment to promote her entire career in the arts and its connection to medicine and mental health.

It is ironic that Dr. Catherine Wilkins abused and detrimentally traumatized a cancer patient’s mental health, and used the information she gained and the false statements she made to have a career where she teaches courses such as “Connections: Mental Healthcare, Community Engagement, and Art.”

The medical patient, fighting cancer and the effects of chemotherapy alone, did not know all of Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ fraudulent uses of them and their near-death condition, but has tried to report her many times. Often the medical patient was too weak, or afraid the increased stress or time-and-energy-and-resource-consuming effort would kill them. Sometimes it nearly did.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ falsified and exaggerated applications for funding, and the related events, brings to light many issues and calls for many questions, among them:

Students, teachers, and professors may now say:

The “gloss” individuals put on themselves really works. Exaggeration and lies are effective.

Why can’t I cheat, exaggerate, and fabricate entire stories and actions on my scholarships, grants, or job applications? Dr. Wilkins did and got promoted many times.

Why can’t I cheat on my assignments or tests? Dr. Wilkins cheats.

Why can’t I invent positive deeds I never did? Dr. Wilkins invents.

Why do I actually have to do something, instead of just saying I did something?

Why can’t I take credit from others? Dr. Wilkins steals credit from what other people do.

Why do I have to report academic dishonesty or abuses? I can just say I filed a report, but not. I can even create fabricated evidence of filing a report, but not. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

If I am accused or about to be reported for academic cheating or abuses, I can just obfuscate, lie, coverup, and prevent the reporter or abused from informing authorities. That’s what Dr. Wilkins did.

It says it is okay to admonish the victim when trying to report academic dishonesty and abuse. (When a report could have been made earlier in person, Dr. Wilkins’ USF arts teacher at the time admonished the victim/cancer patient and supported Dr. Wilkins.)

It says I can teach within the fields or related subjects that I committed my abuses. Dr. Wilkins does. (Dr. Wilkins should not be around medical patients.)

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ academic history; all of Dr. Wilkins’ scholarship applications, grant writing, written papers, her own recommendations from others, and her recommendations of or to others.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed knowledge or research.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ written papers or oral statements of claimed accomplishment.

It calls into question from those foundations and charities giving scholarships and grants, that Dr. Wilkins fabricates when requesting funding.

It calls into question all of Dr. Wilkins’ professional relationships, especially those with superiors, and if any have turned personal or sexual in ways that are unethical, dishonorable, or unbecoming of the institutions of education. It calls into question Dr. Wilkins’ active or willing participation in any such affairs or their coverups.

It provides many negative examples of lacking personal and relationship integrity, not merely professional. Teachers are role models. Students seeing how Dr. Wilkins conducts a personal life of adultery and dishonesty have their personal relationship foundations eroded if they follow her real-life example. Personal integrity at home, is as important (if not more so) as professional integrity. Ultimately, all integrity is interconnected.

It says Machiavellian tactics are helpful and productive to the individual.

It tells society, foundations, and charities to be increasingly weary of financial scams involving cancer (or any medical need). This tells society to disregard requests to help those with cancer, as it may be fraudulent. This is an immense detriment to those truly suffering from cancer, who need lifesaving funds and support.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is an abused orphan. This tells society they may further abuse an orphan, use an orphan’s status for their own gain, and not actually care for an orphan; just say they cared for them as they are in reality further being abused, whether child or adult. This says society may appropriate and dishonestly use to advantage the status of a weaker person, to increase and benefit the status of a more well-off person.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a minority. This tells society that a Caucasian or race dominant in any society may continue to use, abuse, manipulate, disregard, steal from, gain from, appropriate from, and take advantage of a minority.

The person that Dr. Wilkins deceptively uses in her request for funding applications is a cancer patient. This tells society that medical patients have no rights. Medical patients may be used for illicit gain, manipulated, and abused — even as it leads to more suffering, more health issues, magnified health issues, mental trauma, and even if it may lead to the patients’ death or near-death through neglect, abuse, delays, or obstruction. It says medical patients may be used for unlawful gain.

It tells society when I commit consensual adultery, I can appropriate “rape” as my cover story. This has endless negative consequences for real-life rape victims and victims of sexual harassment or assault, and their ability to report such abuse and be taken seriously. While adultery should never be committed, this also has negative consequences for the person engaging in consensual adultery and being accused of rape. While both are immoral, there is a difference.

The medical patient Dr. Wilkins uses in her fraudulent applications for funding and honor, is also a real-life multiple-incident rape survivor from childhood. Appropriating “rape” to defend oneself in committing consensual adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to in a related incident with David Brodosi, also of USF) is an atrocity to real-life rape survivors. Real-life rape victims suffer enough from the incident, and suffer enough from their struggle for justice. Rape should never be appropriated to excuse the guilt of adultery (as Dr. Wilkins tried to).

It says when I am abusing someone, I just need to say: “I am taking care of them.”

Dr. Wilkins’ academic abuses may diminish the arts and humanities in the eyes of others. Artists already struggle for accreditation, funding, and respect.

It says honor at an Honors College is just a name, but not a reality.

It says one does not need true integrity, they just have to fake integrity. That integrity is superficial.