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  • Consent
  • Any University employee who enters into a romantic or sexual relationship with a student or another employee where a supervisory relationship exists should realize that if a charge of sexual harassment is subsequently lodged, it will be exceedingly difficult to defend oneself against a charge of a sexual offense on grounds of mutual consent. (webster.edu)
  • sexual relationship
  • Sexual relationship" redirects here. (wikipedia.org)
  • Because of these roles, a student's actual freedom of choice is greatly diminished should a request for a romantic or sexual relationship be made. (webster.edu)
  • Therefore, faculty and staff are cautioned that a romantic or sexual relationship with a student has the significant potential of interfering with a student's right to learn and inquire freely, even though it appears to be consensual. (webster.edu)
  • In such cases, the University employee should use due diligence to act professionally and responsibly and should make arrangements with the appropriate administrative supervisor to withdraw from activities or decisions that reward or penalize the student (or other employee) with whom the employee is having or has had a romantic or sexual relationship. (webster.edu)
  • Views
  • We were spending a lot of time and money tagging people's views of our client's products or offerings with no ability to measure and determine whether the brand had built more or less relationships of value. (slideshare.net)
  • Consistent with the American Association of University Professors'(AAUP) Statement of Professional Ethics, the University views romantic or sexual relationships between faculty and students to be professionally irresponsible and unethical if the faculty member has any evaluative responsibility for the student either in or out of the classroom. (webster.edu)
  • Person
  • The noun "intimate" means a person with whom one has a particularly close relationship. (wikipedia.org)
  • When one person is in a position to provide a benefit, service, or evaluation, the potential for abuse of power exists not only during the relationship but also after it ends. (webster.edu)
  • romantic
  • Consensual romantic or sexual relationships that develop between faculty or staff members and students or between employees that are outside of the instructional or supervisory context can also lead to difficulties and perceptions of, or genuine, conflicts of interest. (webster.edu)
  • Tools
  • We quickly disregarded Klout, PeerIndex and other similar tools as means of finding relationships. (slideshare.net)
  • These tools were better at aggregate or synthetic benchmarks of 'influence,' and our team was interested in finding relationships with a brand beyond the most 'influential' web celebrities. (slideshare.net)
  • questions
  • It featured lectures, panels, and conversations, along with the popular Sex in the Dark program, where a panel of UR "sexperts" answer students' deepest, darkest questions about sex, sexuality, and relationships. (rochester.edu)
  • whom
  • This statement applies to relationships between faculty/staff and students or between supervisors and those whom they supervise. (webster.edu)
  • The same caution is offered for relationships involving supervisors and those whom they supervise on campus, whether between administrators, faculty, staff, or students. (webster.edu)
  • Similarly, relationships between supervisors and those whom they supervise are also considered potentially irresponsible and unethical. (webster.edu)
  • social
  • Attending social functions and getting together for family events are a normal part of being in a relationship. (healthcentral.com)
  • Early in 2011, our team began with the hypothesis that relationships with a brand can be found online and that finding these relationships would be critical to determining the value and ROI of social media investments to date. (slideshare.net)
  • Table
  • As a follow-up to a comment of mine on a February 2009 thread at my monarchist forum on the engagement of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden about relationships between reigning European monarchs eventually growing more distant as unequal marriages continue to be the norm, I prepared this table . (angelfire.com)
  • The table should be read, "(name at left) is the (relationship) of (name on top)," e.g. (angelfire.com)
  • treatment
  • These lists are designed to support physician and patient relationships by encouraging specific conversations about appropriate individualized testing and treatment plans. (aaaai.org)
  • real
  • dizam, I went back to your previous posts about female virgin ejaculation - and this sounds like her first real relationship. (medhelp.org)
  • trust
  • There is a trust relationship between the 2. (experts-exchange.com)
  • The trust relationship as you describe it (domain B trusts domain A) will grant your auditor whatever level of access is granted to 'authenticated users' in domain B. Typically this is enough to read data using ADUC, though it is trivial for an administrator to filter/hide objects from view. (experts-exchange.com)
  • I found that I could use the meditations to help me reflect on my relationship with God and His relationship with me and as such I was able to develop a greater level of trust and faith in Him and His plans for my life. (lulu.com)
  • build
  • but also the ability to control emotions and behaviors, cope with life's challenges, handle stress, build strong positive relationships, and bounce back from disappointments and setbacks. (lulu.com)
  • third
  • The Third Temple to be built by Moshiach corresponds to the third phase in a relationship in which opposites are harmonized and ultimate peace is achieved. (chabad.org)
  • plus
  • The relationships of the Odonatoidea (= Odonata plus Protodonata) to other pterygote insects continue to be much debated. (tolweb.org)