Faculty Sponsor, if applicable
Dr. Joseph Ferrari
When considering the many aspects that go into a productive work environment, it is known that clutter may have an impact on work productivity. What may not be clear would be how the office type (if in the home or at a separate location) and the region in which one works may affect the overall impact clutter has on an employees' life. In this particular study, through gathering data on where participants work (office in the home or a separate location) live (region), and how they feel clutter has impacted his/her work-life, we aim to answer this very question.
Type of Research
Junior Year Experiential Learning (JYEL)