Do tell! Elizabeth confesses, "I slept with my professor. She talks about secrecy, lust, admiration, and a little bit of wistfulness. I never really revealed this about myself on such a mass scale, but the anonymity makes me feel more comfortable about it, even relieved. The only person I ever told about my student-professor affair was my mother. My husband doesn't know, my kids don't know
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A lecturer in the University of Georgia's psychology department faces the loss of his job after UGA officials found him in violation, for the second time, of a school policy that prohibits professors from dating students under their supervision. But the professor, Rich Suplita, says UGA officials are over-reaching, especially in their second investigation. UGA officials released the findings of a complaint against Suplita under an open records request from the Athens Banner-Herald. UGA has not yet released the results of its investigation, but Suplita provided the newspaper a copy of the letter he received summarizing the investigation of UGA's Equal Opportunity Office. However, Suplita admits he violated the policy in , when he dated an undergraduate student he met in one of his classes. Months later, the student filed a harassment complaint against him.
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In some ways, sex between students and their professors is part of the mythology of academia. It turns up regularly in film and literature. The scenario typically involves a young female student seduced by her older and more knowledgeable teacher. Historically, male professors have considered a campus full of available young women a perk of academia. Attitudes began to change in the s and s, with the rise of feminism and an increasing number of female scholars in academia.