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I want to ask him for coffee but haven’t because I’ve heard this might jeopardize his job. Lawyers date their clients all the time.” It is good and responsible for websites, whatever their topic, to raise ethical issues for discussion.

I don’t mind as much that he might turn me down since I’m no longer his student. Unfortunately, as in the case of “Dating Glory,” the readership of most blogs prove to be as unequipped to deal with these questions as the blogger, resulting in a consensus answer based on rationalizations, ethical fallacies and misconceptions.

Professors who date students risk their jobs because a student body is not their sexual smorgasbord, and it is a breach of trust and duty to treat it like one.

A Gray Area Representatives from the State University of New York at Purchase, Marymount College, Sarah Lawrence College, Pace University, Westchester Community College, Iona College and Mercy College also said that such relationships were discouraged by the administration though not specifically addressed in college policies.

But administrators, professors and students alike say that the issue of faculty-student dating is a complex one.

Several psychologists who teach at local schools also stress the difficulty of regulating human behavior, regardless of what's printed in a college policy handbook.

"I can understand the impulse to legislate against this kind of thing," said Dr.

“I understand that it’s not a good idea to form relationships with professors while still in the class (favoritism, etc.).

But why is it such a big deal when a prof becomes involved with a student who will never be his student again?

Professional Conduct A relationship between a student and a young faculty member or teaching assistant who is finishing his or her master's degree, is single and close in age to that student, may present a different scenario from that between a student and an older, married faculty member, said Terrell V.

Kolodzinski, dean of students on the Pleasantville-Briarcliff campus of Pace University.

Suzanne Kessler, Associate Professor of Psychology at SUNY Purchase.

"But most of what we're talking about is not what falls under a strict definition of sexual harassment.

Instances where a professor demands sexual favors for a grade or recommendation clearly constitute sexual harassment, for which there are policies and sanctions already established.

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