College of Education and Human Development
Jeanne Novak, Ph.D
School of Intervention Services
Novak, J., Feyes, K., & Christensen, K. (in press). Application of intergroup contact theory to the integrated workplace: Setting the stage for inclusion. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Izzo, M. V., Yurick, A., Nagaraja, H. N., & Novak, J. A. (2010). Effects of a 21st Century Curriculum on Students’ Information Technology and Transition Skills. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 33(2), 95-105.
Novak, J., & Rogan, P. (2010). Social integration in employment settings: Application of intergroup contact theory. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 48, 31-51.
Novak, J. (2010). Learning through service: A course designed to positively influence students’ disability-related attitudes. Journal of Education for Teaching, 36, 121-123.
Novak, J., Murray, M., Scheuermann, A., & Curran, E. (2009). Enhancing the preparation of special educators through service learning: Evidence from two preservice courses. International Journal of Special Education, 24(1), 32-44.
Izzo, M., Murray, A., & Novak, J. (2008). The faculty perspective on Universal Design for Learning. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 21(2), 60-72.
Banks, B. R., Novak, J., Mank, D. M., & Grossi, T. (2007). Disclosure of a psychiatric disability in employment: An exploratory study. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 11(1), 69-84.
Disability Services Outstanding Faculty Award (Fall Semester, 2008). An award given once a semester to a BGSU faculty member committed to providing equal access and opportunity to students with disabilities.