Simpson was convinced that he was looking at the most blatant plagiarism he had ever seen.
Adam Wheeler Conning Harvard
WOBURN, Mass.—Adam B. Wheeler, who pleaded guilty last year to faking his way into Harvard and cheating the University out of over $45,000, was sentenced to one year in prison, on Friday after he landed back in court last month for violating his probation.
The sentencing of Adam Wheeler, the former student who pleaded guilty last year to faking his way into Harvard, has been postponed pending examination by mental health officials.
Adam B. Wheeler, a former Harvard student who pleaded guilty in December to faking his way into Harvard through falsified transcripts, standardized test scores, and letters of recommendation was put back in jail Wednesday.
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Adam B. Wheeler, the former Harvard student who pled guilty to defrauding Harvard on Thursday, was referenced last night on Saturday Night Live during its Weekend Update segment.
Adam B. Wheeler pleaded guilty Thursday afternoon to all 20 counts against him, including duping the Harvard admissions office.
Adam B. Wheeler, the former student accused of fabricating his way into Harvard and defrauding the University of over $40,000, will likely plead guilty to at least some charges next month.
Adam B. Wheeler, a former Harvard student charged with fabricating his academic history, received permission to leave the state of Massachusetts during a pre-trial hearing held at the Middlesex Superior Court on Monday.
University President Drew G. Faust told the Boston Globe that Wheeler’s alleged deceit—falsifying transcripts, SAT scores, and letters of recommendation in his transfer application to Harvard and thereby bilking the University of over $45,000 in financial aid, research grants, and prizes—has led Harvard to make changes in its admissions process to prevent future fraud.
Adam B. Wheeler, the former Harvard student who pled not guilty to charges of fabricating his academic history, has his next hearing date set for Nov. 8.
Former Harvard student Adam B. Wheeler, who pled not guilty in May for fabricating an elaborate academic history, was released from jail after his $5,000 bail was posted on June 14, the Middlesex Sheriff's Office confirmed on Saturday.
Adam B. Wheeler, the former Harvard student who pled not guilty earlier this month for fabricating his academic history, applied to Stanford University after his dismissal from Harvard and was accepted at the California school for the 2010-2011 academic year.