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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.
2.1 Amorous Relationship A relationship when two individuals voluntarily engage in a romantic partnership (i.e., dating, engaged, sexually intimate).
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.
For example, an employment action (e.g., new hire, promotion, position reclassification, reassignment of job responsibilities) or a decision of two employees to begin dating may result in a potential violation.
Martin Abraham, professor of civil/environmental and chemical engineering and former provost at Youngstown State University, in Ohio, has been named provost and academic vice president at Western Illinois University. Alexander, vice president for academic affairs at Hope International University, in California, has been named president there.
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) This policy serves to uphold the university’s high standards of professional and ethical conduct, specifically with respect to interpersonal relationships.
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.
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.At the same time, such relationships must not put at risk the fundamental interest of every member of the University community to participate in University activities free from conflicts of interests, favoritism, and/or exploitation.Romantic relationships between certain categories of individuals affiliated with the University risks undermining the essential educational purpose of the University and can disrupt the workplace and learning environment.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).4.2 Change in Status A change in an individual’s status (i.e.