College professor dating a student
On the other hand, I don’t have the pleasure of campaigning, and I may have a greater obligation for my speeches (lectures) actually to mean something….
Exploring the complexities of professional relationships is one arena in which mixed metaphors are good; even my commentator started to combine the “customer” and “boss” models.
I received a very intriguing anonymous response to this idea: The one thing I don't understand about college teachers is if I'm PAYING for this class, doesn't that make me your customer, not you my boss?
I find it useful to have students consider a range of metaphors they can use for the professional relationships they are studying.
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All the more reason to say yes to dinner with a college professor — assuming you’re not his student. Professors are well-educated, often with multiple undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Her project has led to marriages, and one couple had their first child, who is now 15 months old, but Cronin says, “Not everybody is called to romantic relationship.
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Last month I wrote a post called, “When Students Request Excused Absences for Work-Related Issues.” This was a follow-up to my “Open Letter to College Freshmen,” in which I made the point that college is students’ first professional position, and that the professor’s role is similar to that of an employer.