Student-Faculty Relations | Chemistry Faculty Handbook | Kent State University

Student-Faculty Relations

Interpersonal relations inevitably are difficult to prescribe and evaluate, and yet they set the tone and environment for the learning experience.  In this regard, the following are essential:

An attitude/manner that projects courtesy, civility and respect.

An awareness and climate in the classroom wherein questions, relevant comments, and intellectual interaction are encouraged.

Nondiscriminatory treatment of students based on their personal or social backgrounds, preferences, or other irrelevant characteristics.