University of Nebraska at Omaha. Office Climate Committee
The University of Nebraska at Omaha Office Climate Committee was a joint committee of UNO Administration and the UNO branch of the American Association of University Professors. The committee was active from January 1989 until April 1990. The committee's charge was to make recommendations to Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Otto Bauer regarding improvements in the physical climate in UNO campus offices, particularly with regard to cigarette smoke, air pollutants, temperature, humidity, ventilation, HVAC equipment, and the responsiveness of Physical Plant personnel.
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The UNO Office Climate Committee Records (1989-1990) includes printed and photocopied correspondence, agendas, minutes, memos, the indoor air quality questionnaire, questionnaire data, survey respondents' comments, ventilation standards, articles and government studies about indoor air quality, and the findings and recommendations of the Office Climate Committee, a joint committee of University of Nebraska at Omaha Administration and the UNO branch of the American Association of University ...