Binion, who helped draft the policy, said that while she believes most faculty members already recognize such standards of behavior, it was important for the university to take a clear stand."The very integrity of the university's academic mission is dependent on the accountability of the faculty member as a mentor, educator and evaluator," she said. But six campuses, including Berkeley, have conflict-of-interest guidelines urging professors to recuse themselves from overseeing students with whom they are romantically involved.
The regents approved the policy on a voice vote, with two of them -- Regent Velma Montoya and student Regent Matt Murray -- asking that their opposition be registered.
Authority: Board of Trustees History: First Issued: September 15, 1995. Related Policies: UNC Policy Manual 300.4.2 Employment of Related Persons (Anti-Nepotism Policy) UNC Policy Manual 300.4.2.1[G] Guidelines on Implementing Anti-Nepotism Policy) UNC Policy Manual 300.4.1 Improper Relationships between Students and Employees Additional References: UNC Code: Appendix I. Contact Info: Vice Provost For Equal Opportunity & Equity (919-515-4559) 1.
INTRODUCTION This policy serves to uphold the university’s high standards of professional and ethical conduct, specifically with respect to interpersonal relationships.
The Vice President for Student Affairs or designee reserves the right to interpret and enforce this Code of Conduct.present.24.1.3.
The term “charge” means an allegation of a potential violation of the Student Rules.
(Revised: 2017)The General Order on Judicial Standards of Procedure and Substance in Review of Student Discipline in Tax Supported Institutions of Higher Education supports higher standards of behavior for students. The voluntary attendance of a student at a university is a voluntary entrance into the academic community.
By such voluntary entrance, the student voluntarily assumes obligations of performance and behavior reasonably imposed by the university.
Others argue it is the only way to ensure firms interview as many students as possible.The intent of this policy is to provide assurance that all students and employees are able to learn or work in an environment where they can be objectively supervised, instructed, or evaluated.This policy defines the types of interpersonal relationships among faculty, staff and students that by their very existence create an inherent conflict of interest that affects a student or employee’s ability to be objectively supervised, instructed or evaluated.Inside, Bay Street's most prestigious law firms have precisely 17 minutes with each U of T student they have chosen to interview.An announcement over a loudspeaker warns them at the two-minutes-to-go mark.SAN FRANCISCO — Spurred by a scandal that toppled UC Berkeley's law school dean last year, University of California regents on Thursday approved a policy prohibiting professors and other faculty from having romantic or sexual relationships with their students.