Case 03. Maintaining Competence
Dr. Ted Constantine has suffered a long term illness, which resulted in a disruption of his teaching and research activities. He has been on medication, which at times makes him "spacey." As a teacher, he has become less effective in classroom teaching and non-classroom supervision and advising, and "leans" on students to provide him with emotional support and friendship. His scholarship has been very good in the past, but seems to have slowed recently. He is disruptive in faculty meetings because he arrives late, has trouble "tracking" the discussions, and interjects items and issues that are often irrelevant.
1. Does a faculty member who has been physically or