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Reviewed by a University Governance task force in fall 1993, with final revisions approved by University Council [now University Senate] January 27, 1994. Reviewed biennially since that date to ensure that the policy reflects current university structure and nomenclature. 04/2009: Reviewed biennially, most recently in April 2009, by the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor and the Office of the General Counsel.
There have been no substantive changes to the policy approved in 1994. There have been no substantive changes since the policy was adopted in 1994.
The other was combined sense-of-humor or being-a-fun-person measure.
If you’re rated more highly in those two things, your appearance rating goes up more.” Moreover, Hall said, “those who benefited the most were rated mid to low attractiveness to begin with.” “If you are friendly and have a great sense of humor, you stand to gain a lot by getting your foot in the door.
Similar proscription applies to administrators and supervisors in their relationships with students and employees over whom they have an evaluative role.
A supervisor who is in a romantic or sexual relationship with another individual over where an evaluative responsibility exists must be removed from personnel decisions concerning that individual, such as appointment, retention, promotion, discipline, tenure, or salary.
If a romantic or sexual relationship exists between a faculty member and a student over whom the faculty member has an evaluative role, the faculty member shall not evaluate the student's work.07/23/1993: Approved by the Chancellor, to be effective August 20,1993.