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A Look Inside the Varsity Blues College Admissions Cheating Scandal

March 9 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Free
Admissions scandal

One of the largest white-collar crime prosecutions in U.S. history, the “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal erupted in March 2019 when federal prosecutors charged 50 wealthy celebrities, business moguls, powerful parents, coaches, administrators, and others with participating in a scheme to bribe and cheat their children’s way into certain elite colleges across the country. All used the services of Rick Singer, a well-known college counselor who became rich off of his network of corrupt test-takers and proctors, coaches, and admissions personnel.

Join us for this virtual speaker and panel discussion with industry experts to discuss the ramifications of the Varsity Blues scandal in higher education and fraud prevention, along with general ethics concepts in the field of admissions.

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Featured Speaker:
Eric Rosen
Lead prosecutor in the “Operation Varsity Blues” case

Panelists:
Shelley Dodd
Director of Admissions
University of Wyoming

Jillian Keegan
Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance
CU Boulder

Linda Miller
Certified Fraud Examiner;
Former Division 1 and Olympic rower;
Deputy Executive Director,
Pandemic Response Accountability Committee

No registration fee

Open to all students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the general public

Two (2) CPE ethics credit available from the Colorado Chapter of ACFE

This event is jointly sponsored by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Programs at Colorado Law, the CU Boulder Leeds School of Business, the University of Wyoming College of Business, and CU Denver Business School.

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