The aim of this project is to collect information on graduate student well-being as a function of their study environments.  We are using both qualitative (interviews) and quantitative (survey) data methods to explore relationships between campus environment features and resources, psychological states, and work-related outcomes.  The project involves conducting interviews with UC Berkeley graduate students, administering the survey to currently enrolled graduate students,  and analyzing survey results.  The findings from this project will help to inform the Healthy Workplaces Model of worker health and well-being.  In the future, we will create new surveys tailored to the work environment and campus resources for faculty and staff and administer the surveys campus-wide.  We administered the second version of our survey to UC Berkeley campus-wide* in Fall 2016 and are performing analyses.


*The College of Letters and Sciences and Law School did not participate