Harvard officials would not comment on what penalties might apply to professors or students who violate the policy.
Bloomberg News, which first reported the ban Thursday, said other New England colleges have taken similar steps. might lead to, ironically, encouraging them in some way, and making them appear more attractive,” she said.
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On its website, Boston University says“affiliates,” including faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows, should avoid relationships with enrolled students that they are supervising.
Anita Levy, associate director of the American Association of University Professors, said she understands Harvard’s motivation for the ban, but worries that it might not achieve its intended results.“I’m concerned that placing a blanket prohibition on consensual relationships . The AUUP says instructors should not have mentoring responsibilities over students they are involved with sexually, she said.“They should be approached with great care. “But if they do occur, the faculty member should take every precaution to remove him or herself from having any kind of supervisory role with the student.”Johnson said the Harvard committee did not intend to regulate every aspect of romantic life at Harvard.“Faculty can’t have sex with undergraduates at Harvard College. But there are all sorts of other power dynamics that aren’t included,” she said.
Johnson said most of the faculty she had talked to said they would never dream of having a sexual or romantic relationship with a student.
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