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Professor Teresa Wu and Assistant Professor Giulia Pedrielli are working with Associate Professor Zheng O’Neill, Texas A&M University, with support from the NSF AccelNet IN2WIBE (An International Network of Networks for Well-being in the Built Environment) team, to investigate how working from home affects well-being. The global COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented challenge for modern life. Our working environments and daily routines are reshaped significantly.

Please take 10-20 minutes to complete a survey to study How Work from Home Affects Well-being During COVID-19. And then share the survey among your social and professional networks to reach as many people as possible. The collected data will help the team investigate how the built environment impacts health and well-being.

If you have questions or concerns about the survey, contact the project PI, Associate Professor Zheng O’Neill, at zoneill@tamu.edu (TAMU contact), Professor Teresa Wu  at Teresa.Wu@asu.edu or Assistant Professor Giulia Pedrielli at gpedriel@asu.edu (both ASU contacts).

If you have questions about your rights as study participants, please contact the Office of Risk, Ethics, and Compliance at VPFA-URC-All@exchange.tamu.edu.

IRB Number: IRB2020-0507
IRB Approval Date: 4/30/2020