Program Coordinator

Winnie Looby is a program coordinator and lecturer assigned to the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion in the College of Education and Social Services. She earned her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies with a concentration in Special Education, and her M.Ed. in Early Childhood Special Education; both here at UVM.  Her professional interests focus on Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Disability Studies, Early Childhood Special Education, Technology in Education, and Family-School Partnerships. 

As a longtime Vermont resident, her investment in education and her local community began with her work in the Burlington schools as a parent, volunteer, and educator.  Winnie is also an artist trained in multiple disciplines. Her research interests infuse her arts training together with her interdisciplinary interest in supporting diversity and equity broadly, and specifically for students and community members with exceptionalities.

Publications

Hurley, J. J., Looby, W., Goodrum, A. R., Campbell, E. M., Bonti, G. K., Raymon, B. A., … Mathews, P. (2018). Early Intervention for Families and Children Experiencing Homelessness. Infants & Young Children, 31(1), 20–36.

Looby, W. (2015, September 29). Post-Summer Leadership Opportunities. Crosscutting Conversations in Education: Research, Reflections, and Practice. http://blog.uvm.edu/cessphd/2015/09/29/post-summer-leadership-opportunities/

Looby, W., McNeil, T. (2015, June 23). Holmes Scholars Visit U.S. Department of Education. Ed Prep Matters. http://edprepmatters.net/2015/06/holmes-scholars-visit-u-sdepartment-of-education/

Winnie Looby

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

  • Disability studies
  • Early Childhood Special Education
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration

Education

  • Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
  • M.Ed. in Early Childhood Special Education
  • M.F.A. Program in Illustration

Contact

Phone:
  • (802) 656-1334