One girl was paid $1000+ for shaving her head. — This is what Dr. Catherine Wilkins of USF Honors does: Fabricates a FAKE BALD CAP


One girl was paid $1000+ for shaving her head. She donated the money to cancer research and her hair to make wigs for cancer patients!

This is what Dr. Catherine Wilkins of USF Honors does:
Fabricates a FAKE BALD CAP, lies that she is taking care of a cancer patient, fakes that she is paying the cancer patient’s medical bills, fakes that she went into debt, and lies to get funds from charities and jobs from universities and education institutions for her frauds. And goes on vacations and makes sex hookup accounts.

Dr. Catherine Wilkins’ Medical Humanities Fraud

Judy Genshaft

Research findings and the stories of job seekers who got caught lying on their resumes are cautionary tales to anyone in the workforce: You jeopardize your future when you lie about your past.

Medical Charities! Medical Humanities! NEH Grant number: AKB-265735-19. Beware Dr. Catherine Wilkins of USF! Dr. Wilkins Attempts to Steal Money from Charities Through Fraud! Dr. Catherine Wilkins is a scammer! She lies and create fraudulent documents to make falsified funding requests for money from scholarships, schools, cancer charities!

While Dr. Wilkins claims she is “taking care of a loved one and fiancé (her words),” Dr. Wilkins is really in Key West partying.

A vacation “frolicking on the beaches of Key West” is among many other activities that do not involve “caring for a cancer patient” of Dr. Wilkins’, while the cancer patient is fighting for life alone, and losing the use of their lungs from cancer, and cancer patient is having a very difficult time breathing and inhaling enough oxygen, and month by month getting closer to death.

When it is useful for Dr. Wilkins to have a “loved one” and “fiancé” that is a cancer patient that Dr. Wilkins lies about “paying medical bills for,” that’s what Dr. Wilkins has. 

When it is convenient for Dr. Wilkins to be “single” so Dr. Wilkins can party and hookup, Dr. Wilkins is “single” and cancer patient does not exist to those that do not know. Dr. Wilkins kept each person or group separated, and told different lies that were useful to Dr. Wilkins, to each person or group.

Below is an email from yet another past secret lover and co-adulterer (unknowingly), to Dr. Wilkins: 

(Exact transcript, misspellings included. Original document available.)


Subj: You’re Gonna Get It
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 8:59:37 AM Eastern Standard Time
To: [email protected]
Sent from the Internet (Details)

Little Miss Catherine, aren’t we the naughty little girl!  It’s been a 
couple of months since I’ve had the pleasure of being intimate with you.  
Although, the memories are still vivdly etched in my mind.  I do think that 
I’m gonna require a little participation on your part.  Something about 
taking two to tango.

Just imagine, the two of us in my bedroom without a bed, a lamp, or even a 
rug.  Then I remeber us kissing so passionately that we couldn’t deny each 
other the pleasure of getting naked. And you knew exactly what to do.  First 
you warmed me up by getting on your knees and teasing my cock with your 
mouth, until finally I couldn’t stand anymore.  That’s when I knew that I 
had to have you there on the hardwood floor.  I enjoyed looking at you there 
naked on my floor, ready for me to make love to you.  I remeber how much you 
screamed for it and how good it felt to be inside you when you and I came 
together.  The simplicity of it and raging lust of the whole experience left 
me in a sublime state of drunken infatuation with your mind, body, and soul. 
 What more can I say?

I hope that you’re enjoying these thoughts, because I know that I do every 
time I think about them. I think that we’re going to have to write a couple 
of new chapters though.

So, I hope your trip to the down south was fun and that these e-mails added 
a litle spice to your frolicking on the beaches of Key West.  And don’t 
worry, there’s plenty more where that came from.

Love you,


Dr. Wilkins claims she cared for a cancer patient and “fiancé” until past remission, sacrificed greatly, and paid her “loved one’s” medical bills, until “she was depleted of savings.”

Dr. Wilkins said, in writing, as an alibi for committing adultery, David Brodosi assaulted her and raped her (her written “deposition” has been submitted to TITLE IX USF).

Many other dishonesties have been and will be documented that Dr. Wilkins committed, concerning a cancer patient, medical treatment, and medical bills.

The “Co-Project Director” of the NEH medical humanities grant (Grant number: AKB-265735-19) and “Director of Medical Humanities Curriculum” should not have a history of abusing and using a cancer patient for their gain, lying about activities and going on Key West vacations while in reality not caring for the cancer patient, lying about location, lying about details, lying about alibis, and lying on previous résumés and previous funding requests. 

All in writing. As well as verbally to professors.

Dr. Wilkins recently received an NEH medical humanities grant, when in the past, it is proven, in writing and transcript, that Dr. Wilkins filed applications for her own private funding, asking for money for herself, for outright lies that “she paid bills of a medical patient” and “The illness of a loved one has depleted my savings and caused a great deal of medical debt…” This is fraud.

(Below are notes from previous documentation:)

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Funded Projects Query Form

Grant number: AKB-265735-19


University of South Florida (Tampa, FL 33620-9951)
Benjamin Scott Young (Project Director: October 2018 to present)
Catherine Wilkins (Co Project Director: April 2019 to present)
Medical Humanities in a Global Context

Implementation of a new general education pathway in the Honors College that would integrate the humanities into the institution’s medical and global programs.

The Honors College at the University of South Florida proposes to develop ten new, and seven revised, interdisciplinary courses as part of a new program entitled “Medical Humanities in a Global Context.” These integrated interdisciplinary courses will offer students a pathway through the USF Honors College curriculum and aims to cultivate more critical, holistic, and experiential perspectives on health and human experience.

Project fields:
Interdisciplinary Studies, General

Humanities Connections Implementation Grants

Education Programs

Total amounts:
$98,483 (approved)
$90,726 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2019 – 4/30/2022

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Below, a mere sample of Dr. Catherine Wilkins previous false statements and coverups, concerning several malfeasance issues, from sexual harassment and abuse/assault by David Brodosi, to fraud on financial requests and résumés:

Written by Dr. Catherine Wilkins concerning David Brodosi:

(It is believed to be only partly true, and part of a larger coverup by both Dr. Wilkins and David Brodosi. It is believed it is a coverup for adultery, and larger schemes. It is believed to be part of a coverup so a wider investigation would not reveal Dr. Wilkins’ academic cheating, other adulteries, fabricated care-taking, and wider lying and funding request frauds based on those lies. It is believed Catherine Wilkins is not telling the whole truth, and is often outright lying and skillfully fabricating within her statements — a coverup, transition of blame, and attempt to diminish Dr. Wilkins’ own guilt and participation.)


“During this phone conversation, he (David Brodosi) directed me toward a web site which featured adult fiction of an erotic nature. He (David Brodosi) asked me to read a story aloud to him on the phone, and I complied. When I concluded, he (David Brodosi) said that he enjoyed it to the point of climax.”

“His pants were unzipped, and his penis exposed.  He pressed his penis to my mouth, and the pressure opened my mouth.”

“His (David Brodosi’s) pants were unzipped, and his (David Brodosi’s) penis exposed.  He (David Brodosi) pressed his (David Brodosi’s) penis to my (Catherine Wilkins’) mouth, and the pressure opened my (Catherine Wilkins’) mouth.”

“I certainly did not expect such an abuse of power.  I feel that Mr. Brodosi has no right to be in a position of authority, and I ask the court to please ensure that he is never permitted to trifle with the life of another of his employees ever again.”


Actual wording of FLYER created by Dr. Catherine Wilkins:




This man sexually harrassed (sic), assaulted, and abused a female employee.  


Warn your family and friends about this criminal.  

Keep him away from you and your neighborhood.

Formerly employed by the University of South Florida

Drives a late 1980’s model light blue Nissan Pick-up truck

Last known address in the Gandy area of Saint Petersburg

### END FLYER ###

Multiple Scholarship Application and Résumé deceits, concerning false care-taking, funding and employment requests, written by Dr. Catherine Wilkins:


Marjorie Susman Curatorial Fellowship 
Internship Coordinator 
Museum of Contemporary Art
220 East Chicago Avenue 
Chicago, IL 60611

After receiving my Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida, I had hoped to proceed directly to Tulane University. Unfortunately, my fiancee was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease, and I forfeited my first year at Tulane in order to be with him throughout the course of his treatment. During this time, I enrolled as a graduate student at the University of South Florida and earned twelve credit hours toward my Master’s degree in Art History, taking courses such an Art” and “Art, Travel and Imperialism.”  When my fiancee’s cancer went into remission, I reapplied to Tulane University, was accepted, and given a full scholarship and stipend.



Supplement to Scholarship Application for Catherine Wilkins

1. The illness of a loved one has depleted my savings and caused a great deal of medical debt which I help pay, while at the same time impeding my graduate education and making my progress as a student somewhat difficult.


As an orphan, my boyfriend had no one else to care for him, and I was reluctant to abandon him in such a state. 


Since he was unable to maintain treatment in New Orleans, it was necessary for me to remain in the Tampa area.


I was extremely troubled, not only due to the stress I experienced as a result of my boyfriend’s battle with cancer…


…aiding my boyfriend with his accumulated medical expenses…


I am very grateful that I have had this opportunity to grow and learn, to help another, yet still persist in meeting my own goals.


Dr. Wilkins has committed many other abuses and false statements.

It is shown Dr. Wilkins started lies about medical care-taking, and requesting money for those lies, early in her career, and it has grown into NEH grants and curriculum.

The veracity and sincerity of many of Dr. Wilkins’ statements and actions, past and present, cannot be trusted.

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Lying on Your Resume

What are the consequences?

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This teacher is a fraud and a liar. What will you teach my child? How to be the next generation of liars to cheat in college and cheat on their scholarships?

Teach my student how to commit adultery?

If I send my art student to USF, will you steal their art ideas, too?

You steal the talent of others.

By example, This professor teaches others how to cheat on their scholarships.

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Research findings and the stories of job seekers who got caught lying on their resumes are cautionary tales to anyone in the workforce: You jeopardize your future when you lie about your past.

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USF Honors College – Cheating/Adultery/Lying on Scholarships – Dr. Wilkins: Why is Academic Integrity and Honesty Important?

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Compulsive Lying


Is your husband or wife, boyfriend or girlfriend a compulsive/pathological liar or a sociopath?

To begin with, it may help to understand the difference between a pathological or compulsive liar and a sociopath (see types of liars).

Ultimately, making this type of distinction may not be that useful. Because in either case, the outcome is typically the same: dealing with a compulsive or pathological liar is very difficult to do. And unfortunately, sociopaths cannot be changed (see lovefraud).

A compulsive liar will resort to telling lies, regardless of the situation. Again, everyone lies from time to time, but for a compulsive liar, telling lies is routine. It becomes a habit—a way of life.

Simply put, for a compulsive liar, lying becomes second nature.

Not only do compulsive liars bend the truth about issues large and small, they take comfort in it. Lying feels right to a compulsive liar. Telling the truth, on the other hand, is difficult and uncomfortable.

And like any behavior which provides comfort and an escape from discomfort (i.e., alcohol, drugs, sex), lying can become addictive and hard to stop. For the compulsive liar, lying feels safe and this fuels the desire to lie even more.

Making matters even more complicated, compulsive lying is often a symptom of a much larger personality disorder, which only makes the problem more difficult to resolve (see narcissistic personality disorder and borderline personality disorder).

Unfortunately, compulsive lying is hard for the person involved to see, but it hurts those who are around it. Compulsive lying, if not addressed, can easily ruin one’s reputation and his or her relationships (for example see why does my partner need to lie).

Compulsive lying can be dealt with through counseling or therapy. But, like any addictive behavior (and/or personality disorder), getting someone to admit they have a problem with lying is the difficult part. Sadly enough, getting someone to recognize that he or she has a problem usually requires hitting rock bottom first.

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Judy Genshaft Honors College

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Studies Find More Students Cheating, With High Achievers No Exception

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BUSTED: This Is What Happened To 10 Executives Who Lied About Their Resumes

By: Vivian Giang and Jhaneel Lockhart

A little fibbing on your resume might not seem like a big deal when you’re applying for a low-ranking position, but you never know where your professional career will end up.

And these little lies can come back to threaten you career, as in the current revelation of Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson’s fake resume.

As these top-notch executives prove, even if your career stays intact, be prepared to be publicly shamed, or at least embarrassed.

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Celebrity chef Robert Irvine lied about designing Price Charles and Princess Diana’s wedding cake.

In 2008, British chef Robert Irving was fired from his own show on the Food Network’s Dinner Impossible when it was uncovered that he didn’t actually design the royal couple’s wedding cake, but that he only attended the school where it was made and contributed by picking fruit for the cake.

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An MIT dean never received any college degrees despite claiming to have a bachelor’s and a master’s.

Marilee Jones had been with MIT for 28 years before the university realized that she never received the undergraduate or master’s degrees that she said she got on her resume. In fact, Jones never received any college degrees.

In 2007, she resigned stating on the university’s Web site that she had “misrepresented her academic degrees to the institute” and explained that she “did not have the courage to correct [her] resume when [she] applied for [her] current job or at any time since.”

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An IBM president kept his position after lying about his records, but later resigned due to a sexual discrimination complaint.

In 1999, it was revealed that Jeffrey Papows, president of IBM’s software maker Lotus Development, fibbed about his academic and military background.

Jon Auerbach at ZDNet reported that Papows said he was a pilot when he was actually an air traffic controller and a captain when he was actually a first lieutenant in the Marines. He also said he got his PhD from Pepperdine, but actually got it from an unaccredited correspondence school.

Despite the lies, Papows kept his position with the company, but resigned the next year after he was named in a sexual discrimination complaint, according to CNET News.

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A top Wall Street analyst lied about studying at MIT when he actually attended Boston University.

At one time, Salomon Smith Barney’s Jack Grubman was Wall Street’s highest-paid analyst with a salary of $20 million per year.

Then it was uncovered that he never attended MIT like he told his employers. In an interview with BusinessWeek, Grubman said that he lied because he “probably felt insecure.”

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Former Notre Dame Head Coach lied about a master’s degree and being a football legend in college when he never even played a game.

Five days after being named as Notre Dame’s news head coach, George O’Leary was forced to resign for lying about a master’s degree in education from New York University that he never received.

The university did verify that he was a student there in the ’70s, but that he never graduated.

Furthermore, O’Leary told his employers that he played college football for three years at the University of New Hampshire, but, in actuality, he never even played a game of football.

In a statement released to the Notre Dame, O’Leary said: “Due to a selfish and thoughtless act many years ago, I have personally embarrassed Notre Dame, its alumni and fans.”

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A top Norwegian bureaucrat lied about being a registered nurse and having two degrees. She was sentenced to 14 months in prison.

Before she became a convicted felon, Liv Løberg held top administrative jobs within health care and other public sectors, and was also a former politician for the Progress Party in Norway.

In 2010, a journalist revealed that Løberg did not have the degrees she claimed she did from the London School of Economics, Queen Mary College and Norges Handelshøyskole. She wasn’t even a registered nurse. In actuality, Løberg dropped out of high school and only had one year of practical nurse education.

In 2012, she was sentenced to 14 months in prison and fined 1 million NOK.

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Bausch & Lomb CEO lied about his MBA degree,

Ronald Zarrella had to give up his $1 million bonus when it was revealed that he never received his MBA from NYU like he claimed he did. He actually started the program, but never finished it.

Zarrella eventually left in 2008 when the company experienced “extensive product recall and hundreds of product liability lawsuits.”

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RadioShack’s CEO lied about having a four-year degree when he only had a three-year degree

David Edmondson joined Radio Shack in 1994 and quickly advanced in the company until he became CEO in 2005.

A year after attaining his new title, the Forth Worth Star-Telegram reported that Edmondson had not earned degrees in theology and psychology from Heartland Baptist Bible College as he had claimed. Radio Shack’s board of directors stood up for their new CEO, but Edmondson decided to resign. In his statement, he said:

“I clearly misstated my academic record, and the responsibility for these misstatements is mine alone. I understand that I cannot now document the ThG diploma.”

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The CEO of a major software firm lied about getting an MBA from Stanford. The company’s stock dove when the truth surfaced
Kenneth Lonchar joined Veritas Software Corp. through a merger in 1997 — both companies were small at the time.

Four years later, Lonchar won CFO Magazine’s Excellence Award for Managing External Stakeholders, but the next year, the glorified CFO fell from grace when it was revealed that he never received an MBA from Stanford as he claimed.

He never even earned the accounting degree he said he did from Arizona State University, but instead got his degree from Idaho State.

Shortly thereafter, a Merrill Lynch analyst downgraded the company’s credit ratings and shares dropped by as much as 20 percent.

Lonchar was asked to resign, saying the following in a statement released by the firm:

“I regret this misstatement of my educational background. Under the circumstances, I believe my resignation is in the best interests of both the company and myself,” Mr. Lonchar said in the written statement.

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Yahoo’s CEO never earned the computer science degree he claims he got

On Scott Thompson’s resume, he had degrees in accounting and computer science from Stonehill College.

When Thompson, the former president of PayPal, was named as Yahoo’s CEO in January 2012, Daniel S. Loeb, the founder of hedge fund Third Point and a shareholder of Yahoo, investigated into Thompson’s background and uncovered that the new chief executive only had a degree in accounting, not computer science.

Loeb wrote:

“If Mr. Thompson embellished his academic credentials we think that it 1) undermines his credibility as a technology expert and 2) reflects poorly on the character of the C.E.O. who has been tasked with leading Yahoo! at this critical juncture. Now more than ever Yahoo investors need a trustworthy C.E.O.”

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Adam B. Wheeler lied about his entire academic background in order to get into Harvard University — even telling the school that he was transferring in from MIT with perfect grades. He was actually a former student at Bowdoin College, but was suspended for academic dishonesty.

Once admitted into Harvard, Wheeler plagiarized essays and research proposals that would eventually earn him more than $40,000 in grants and prizes.

His background was revealed when Wheeler attempted to apply for the Rhodes and Fulbright scholarships in his senior year.

Wheeler eventually pleaded guilty to 20 misdemeanor and felony counts of larceny, identity fraud, falsifying an endorsement or approval, and pretending to hold a degree. He was sentenced to 10 years of probation and ordered to pay a restitution of $45,806 to Harvard University.

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