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Last Updated: March 9, 2018 at 3:12 pm
May want to consider adding Dean of Faculty (as needed). The way it is written, the Dean of Faculty MUST be consulted by the recipient. Is this always necessary?
I would advocate for a system where disclosures happen to a qualified, trained 3rd party and they inform the impacted people at Cornell to the degree that is appropriate. An example of a good system, now at Cornell, is in academic support for students. I get a letter from on-campus experts that simply lists the accommodations that I should make for a student in my class. ex 50% longer time on an exam in a quiet room. It only reveals what I need to know. I also have worked with Cornell’s ORIA group. It is helpful to be able to direct concerned parties to that office to learn more about how a real or apparent COI is being actively managed so it does not impact perceptions of myself or Cornell.
Rumors and assumptions are a problem. Archiving past personal lives and indiscretions is also a problem. It may also fall under FERPA.
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