Indiana University Northwest
notice
Janice Grskovic portrait

Janice Grskovic

Associate Professor

Hawthorn Hall 349

Dr. Grskovic's areas of interest include emotional, behavioral, and learning disorders, AD/HD, and gender influences in education. She publishes on the defining characteristics of disorders and effective educational strategies.  Dr. Grskovic was the recipient of the 1995 Anne Rhodes Research and Development Scholarship and the 2000-2001 Indiana University Trustees' Teaching Award.  She received her B.S. from Indiana University, Bloomington and her M.S.  and Ph.D. from Purdue University, West Lafayette.  She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the School of Education in Special Education.  She is a lifelong resident of Northwest Indiana and has served on the faculty of Indiana University Northwest since 1998.

Awards

Recipient        Indiana University Northwest Diversity Award (2012)
Included         Marquis Who’s Who of American Women 25th Silver Anniversary Edition (2005)
Nominee         FACET - Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching (2004, 2006)
Recipient        Indiana University Northwest "High Performer" faculty award (May, 2002)
Nominee         Indiana University Northwest Founders’ Day Teaching Award (2000, 2002, 2009, 2010)
Recipient        The Indiana University Trustees' Teaching Award. (2000-2001)
Nominee         Purdue Dissertation Award (2001)
Recipient        Anne Rhodes Research and Development Scholarship Council for Children with Behavior Disorders  (1996)
Fellow            Purdue Research Foundation Summer Research Grant Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN  (1995)
Recipient        Department of Educational Studies Travel Award Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (1994-97)
Assistant         "Novelty Interventions for Youth with Attention Deficit Disorder: Inservice and Preservice Applications.
                     "  OSEP GRANT #H029K20306 (1994-95)
Recipient        Association for Behavior Analysis Conference Scholarship Atlanta, Georgia (1994)
Fellow             "A Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Program in Research Diversity and Severe Disabilities"
                      Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN  (1992-97)   
Fellow             “Preparation of Teachers of Serious Emotionally Disordered Elementary and Secondary Level Students”
                      OSER GRANT #GOO8715528  (1989-90)