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Pam Winton, Ph.D.
Pam Winton is a Senior Scientist and Director of Outreach at the FPG Child Development Institute, and a Research Professor in the School of Education. Her areas of expertise are: early childhood development, especially for children at risk for delays, family-professional collaboration; inclusion of children with special needs in regular early childhood programs; personnel preparation in early childhood intervention; and systems change and research to practice strategies.
Professor Winton has directed or co-directed many federally funded projects. She received the 2002 DEC Service to the Field Award from the International Division for Early Childhood (DEC) of the Council for Exceptional Children for her significant contribution and her distinguished career as a researcher and leader in the area of family-centered practices related to both direct services and professional development. She is also the recipient of the 1997 Award for Distinguished Service from the Durham ARC and recipient of the 1995 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Early Intervention from the North Carolina arm of DEC.
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