University faculty dating students
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The prohibited conduct in this policy applicable to familial relationships shall continue after the termination of the relationship (e.g.
divorce) until such time as there is no effect upon impartiality.
4.3 Failure to disclose a conflict of interest or failure to disclose in a timely manner shall constitute a violation of this policy.
Upon appropriate disclosure pursuant to section 4 and as appropriate, the OIED will oversee the development, approval and monitoring of a conflict management plan to avoid a policy violation.
2.2 Familial Relationship A relationship between two related persons.
For purposes of this policy, “related persons” includes: · Husband/Wife · Domestic Partner · Parent/Child · Brother/Sister · Grandparent/Grandchild · Aunt/Uncle and Niece/Nephew · First Cousins · Guardian/Ward · Anyone living in the same household or whose relationship is so closely identified with another as to suggest a conflict, or · Ex-, Step-, Half-, and In-Law relationships as appropriate based on the above list.
Palestinian student bound for Harvard said he was blocked from the U. after immigration officers questioned him about friends' social media posts critical of President Trump.
This policy addresses romantic relationships and/or sexual interactions that, although consensual, may create actual and perceived conflicts of interests, and create the possibility for exploitation or favoritism.
Except as expressly permitted herein, this policy prohibits consensual relationships between: The University recognizes that consenting individuals associated with the University should be free to enter into personal relationships of their choice.
The prohibited conduct in this section shall be considered misconduct subject to disciplinary action.
3.1 Improper Relationships with Students 3.1.1 A University employee shall not have or share educational responsibility for any student enrolled at NC State with whom the employee has an amorous or familial relationship.