Dating professor grad school
Others, including Stanford and Duke, discourage but do not forbid such relationships, he said."I believe the question is not whether campus romance should be encouraged or prohibited but whether the choice to engage in a campus romance should be protected or precluded," Abramson said.To cut out that possibility, universities prohibit the relationship in the first place." Before you have surgery, you sign a release form saying you are aware of the risks and you waive your rights to hold the surgeon and hospital at fault, Abramson noted.He advocates a similar "love release," which faculty and students would read and sign and which protects the university while allowing people to make romantic choices based on conscience.
You should be as free to pursue such an intimate choice as you are to pursue your religious beliefs or your free speech." In the best of all worlds, Abramson said, every couple would consist of partners of equal status, power and attractiveness in an equal partnership.
Faculty and students would agree in advance to hold the university blameless if a relationship ends badly.