(LIES/FRAUD) 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. (LIES/FRAUD)

This is another academic resumé that Dr. Wilkins falsified information within, in order to benefit herself on multiple levels.

This is not a personal matter, but academic fraud and deceit while applying for a position at an educational institution.

This is more evidence that Dr. Wilkins fabricated an entire altruistic fantasy-world of fraud on her resumés, funding requests, scholarship and charity applications, job applications, lies to university professors and others — where she is: Taking care of a cancer patient and paying their medical bills.

Dr. Wilkins did no such thing. Dr. Wilkins is lying.

Dr. Wilkins states:


Internship Coordinator
Museum of Contemporary Art
220 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611

RE:  Marjorie Susman Curatorial Fellowship

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 as “Contemporary Cuban 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. I matriculated to Tulane in the fall of 2001.


These are yet more falsehoods and fabrications by Dr. Wilkins. These are outright lies on a resumé and museum internship application.

Dr. Wilkins did not “forfeit(ed) my first year at Tulane in order to be with him throughout the course of his treatment.”

It is a lie. The cancer patient did not even start or find treatment yet. Dr. Wilkins absolutely did not care for the cancer patient during this time, and in fact the cancer patient was still struggling to find treatment. None of her statement is true.

Dr. Wilkins fraudulently uses the cancer patient as a deceitful excuse and fake alibi for her own reasons of not attending Tulane that year. Whatever her reason was, it had nothing to do with the cancer patient. The cancer patient is being falsely used on multiple resumés and applications, for multiple frauds, and multiple benefits by lying.

Dr. Wilkins was in fact greatly impeding the health of the cancer patient by her obstructions, lies, and abuses. There was no “care,” “treatment,” or “remission” — in reality, during this time, cancer patient’s lungs were starting to fail for lack of cancer treatment. It is atrocious that Dr. Wilkins is claiming to have “be(en) with him throughout the course of his treatment” — when the cancer patient did not even start or yet find treatment, and was facing imminent death. The cancer patient almost died at this time from lung failure before chemotherapy was even found or started. Dr. Wilkins impeded finding treatment. “Care,” “treatment,” and “remission” are all lies by Dr. Wilkins.

It is again stated: Dr. Wilkins was not involved in any treatments that happened much later. Dr. Wilkins states on her resumé / internship application these treatments were in Florida, to benefit her own false alibi and location. All of the cancer patient’s treatments occurred in New Orleans at Charity Hospital, and much later, and Dr. Wilkins was not there, Dr. Wilkins never attended a single chemotherapy treatment, and never even knew or requested the names of the cancer patient’s oncologists. The cancer patient was essentially left to die, as Dr. Wilkins freely fabricated her world of gaslighting and frauds to everyone around her, and especially educational institutions for career advancement.

It took the cancer patient two years to find cancer treatment, while unknown to the cancer patient, Dr. Wilkins is creating an entire fake-world in her academic life and papers where Dr. Wilkins is caring for the patient, and paying their bills until the cancer is in remission. These are complete lies by Dr. Wilkins. In reality, Dr. Wilkins between her college classes, university jobs, and teaching — was going on vacations and partying, and anything but what she states and claims.

When cancer patient finally did find treatment later, cancer patient was entirely alone, almost died several times from myelotoxicity (non-existent immune system from chemotherapy), and had to walk to the hospital alone, and take midnight emergency taxis — alone — to save their own life when — from low immune blood counts — the cancer patient was literally hours from death from infections and high fevers.

Dr. Wilkins was never there. Not one time. Yet, Dr. Wilkins lies about it, on multiple academic resumés and applications.

Dr. Wilkins then states: “When my fiancee’s cancer went into remission, I reapplied to Tulane University…”

Another outright lie.

It is repeated: The cancer patient’s illness was not in remission, Dr. Wilkins did none of what she states, and the cancer patient did not even start treatment at that time, and Dr. Wilkins did not assist, or perform in any care-taking.

Dr. Wilkins created an entire fantasy-world that she told professors and administrators to benefit herself in a multitude of ways from: Alibis, to excuses, to requests for money from scholarships and academic charities, to false honor and false respect for fake sacrifices, to career goals.

This is all fraud.

Dr. Wilkins was busy with her coverups and gaslighting to all around her. Dr. Wilkins’ statements in this resumé and internship application are further proof of her long history of outright lies to universities, museums, charities, and those administering them.

A professor should not have a history of lying as this. This history of lies spans many years from student, to assistant teacher, to professor.

A medical humanities professor should not have a long, multi-year history of outrageous and blatant lies about caring for a cancer patient, and especially on academic documents and applications, and to faculty.

It is repeated: Dr. Wilkins also used these lies on other applications for scholarships, and in outright attempts to defraud charities.

An assistant dean should not have a history of coverup, and lying to both benefit and protect themselves.

This is not a personal matter. This is outright fraud, and fraud to universities, museums, and institutions of education, as well to the profession itself.

As presented in previously submitted evidence: Trying to defraud a charity, using lies about cancer, is in no way a personal matter.

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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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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. This is just a sample.

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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