Dating someone in a position of authority—like a teacher, professor, boss, or manager—is generally considered "against the rules," according to society and also the HR department. It's a good rule, since everyone knows romantic entanglements at school or work can end badly for both involved parties as well as their co-workers or peers. But that hasn't stopped many people from breaking the rules in the pursuit of love, lust, or simply a way to make the work day a little less boring.
1.) From ebisaki:
When I was in the Air Force and a low ranking Airman, I dated a Colonels daughter. We had a good time and he gave her a choice, stay with that nobody or full ride to the U of Missouri. She dropped me like a bad habit.