Though he taught only 22 courses from 1999 through 2005, Wharton still paid for him to teach at its partner school in Bangkok an especially baffling arrangement, since right there, in his CV filled with research on kids and his consulting jobs overseas, is the blueprint for his lifestyle, one made possible in large part by his connection to Penn.
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This is just a guess ... but it sounds like this prof had a very good “friend” or “friends” — with benefits — in the Wharton administration, who protected him. (Possibly they shared similar interests? Yuck.)
My thoughts exactly. He somehow dodged every charge or got the lesser sentence of what he was charged with to begin with.
Sandusky on the other hand was charged with 48 of the what 51 charges?
Plus Sandusky was actually abusing the kids on campus.
I would say that your assessment was correct.