Grad student dating professor
To answer the question, in most countries, there is no law against consensual relationship (at least between adults), so yes, it is allowed.
That being said, some universities might enforce some deontology codes forbidding the teacher to engage a relationship with a student. The "is it allowed" question has no useful answer without knowing which university it is (why should someone in this situation care whether it is allowed at someone else's university? And it comes across somewhat like an attempt to stir things up via a provocative question, but I'll try answering it [email protected] Mathematician: I disagree.
If trendiness is the issue then KALEO is right on target.
To cite the few in order to prohibit the many should be considered absurd on its face.
Instead of worrying over someone else having unfair advantage or disadvantage, people neutral to a relationship can have a peace of mind because their performance is evaluated fairly and on an equal footing with everyone else’s.” The aforementioned represents other worldly thinking, it is utterly absurd to argue that this one ban would really lead to everyone believing that everyone in academia is on equal footing.
Many students receiving poor grades will continue to believe that the grading had nothing to do with their performance but rather with the myriad prejudices of the professor.
For example, suppose the student has previously taken a class from the professor but has no plans for further academic contact.
What other factors could help determine whether a relationship would be allowed or considered appropriate?