Rules professors dating students
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"There is an imbalance of power between a faculty member and a student over whom he or she has direct supervision," said Sheldon E.
Next week, professors at the University of Virginia will decide whether or not they can date students. The announcement last month of the school's new proposed legislation--the most restrictive in the country--has set off a string of debates among students and faculty at the school about the fairness of such limitations and the feasibility of enforcement.
At Harvard, the written rule is clear, the unspoken more ambiguous.
They hold before them the best scholarly standards of the discipline.
The professor demonstrates respect for the student as an individual, and adheres to the proper role as intellectual guide and counselors.The difference between the University of Virginia and Harvard, said Mac Kay-Smith, is that Virginia is trying to pass a plan that will be very specific."We don't want to specify," she said.