Faculty dating

Laura Kipnis, a professor in Northwestern's School of Communication, criticized her school's policy in a controversial essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education, arguing that the ban assumes that professors are predators, and also that these policies infantilize students.Her essay was met with outrage by some students, two of whom filed a Title IX suit against her, claiming Kipnis was retaliating against students at her school who had filed a complaint against a professor.They also said she created a "chilling effect" on students' ability to report sexual misconduct.The suits were eventually investigated and dismissed, and she responded with a second Chronicle of Higher Education article, responding to her critics and outlining what happened after the suits were filed.Professor of Classics and Art and Art History Greek and Roman Sculpture, Mythical Iconography, Mediterranean Archaeology. Bryant Hall 27, 662-915-1152 | [email protected] Professor of Classics Greek History, Biography, and Oratory; the Classical Tradition (Byzantine, Medieval, and Renaissance). This policy also proscribes conduct with respect to interpersonal relationships among faculty, staff, and students including improper relationships between students and employees and employment of related persons (anti-nepotism) and provides for disciplinary action for policy violations. DEFINITIONS 2.1 Amorous Relationship A relationship when two individuals voluntarily engage in a romantic partnership (i.e., dating, engaged, sexually intimate).

Movies have featured them, books have centered on them. But they've also led to power struggles, charges of coercion and abuse of power.

4.2 Change in Status A change in an individual’s status (i.e.

employment, academic, relationship) that would establish a potential violation of this section (where one did not exist previously) creates a duty to disclose the conflict of interest by contacting the OIED.

3.3 Academic or Job-Related Requests A University employee shall not require or request a subordinate student or employee to perform a task or duty that is unrelated to the student’s academic program or to the employee’s job responsibilities and that would be of personal benefit to the University employee. DUTY TO DISCLOSE The inherent fact or semblance of a conflict of interest created by an amorous or familial relationship should be disclosed in order to avoid a potential violation of this policy.

4.1 New Employee / Student Upon hire (new employee) or academic enrollment (student), an individual has a duty to disclose the conflict of interest by contacting the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED).