Graduate student and professor dating
But she called the revision a well-intentioned step in the right direction."It is important for us all to feel safe here," she said.ASU is the nation's largest public university with about 83,000 students.But what about unwanted attention or a perceived inability to say no?An increasing number of companies and schools are instituting no-dating policies for these reasons. Posted by Kelly Anders on December 22, 2014 at PM in Current Affairs, Life of Law Schools, Teaching Law, Workplace Law | Permalink Professors should not date students.
Posted by: The Curmudgeonly Ex-Clerk | Dec 23, 2014 AM Professors should not date their students or any students in the school in which they teach.
The student may get advantages not available to other students, such as better grades or recommendations for jobs or internships, said Billie Dziech, a university professor and author of the 1990 book "The Lecherous Professor: Sexual Harassment on Campus."If the relationship goes bad, things can quickly sour.
The student's reputation can be damaged if word gets out to other faculty.
ASU's faculty senate last fall rejected a proposal that would have banned romantic relationships between faculty and all students, unless the faculty member received an exception from the provost. They also questioned what impact reporting a relationship with a student to the provost would have on an individual's career, such as efforts to get tenure.
Cassidy Possehl, undergraduate student body president at the Tempe campus, told faculty on Monday that the student government was disappointed the "no-tolerance policy" had been voted down.
ASU faculty on Monday discussed the revision for about 40 minutes before voting. One professor said that "life happens" and questioned what would happen if a graduate student and professor in the same academic department developed a relationship.