Nancy Dunton, PhD, FAAN

Research Professor
BA Sociology, University of Kansas
MS Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
PhD Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Nancy Dunton came to KU in 2001 to assume the position of Associate Research Professor in the School of Nursing. In this position, Dunton is the principle investigator on several research projects in the areas of health services and social services. She is also involved in the graduate student thesis and dissertation committees.

A multi-talented individual, Dunton not only is an associate researcher for the School of Nursing, she is also an associate research professor for the Department of Health Policy and Management in the KU School of Medicine.

The last 25 years, Dunton has spent researching topics in the health and social services. She has studied everything from KIDS COUNT in New York State to Barriers to Self Sufficiency Among Welfare Recipients.

Dunton is a member of the Kansas City Metro Outlook Technical Advisory Panel, Mid American Regional Council. She is also actively involved in various professional organizations.

As well as being a mentor to students and peers, Dunton has written a number of project reports and policy papers. She has also given a multitude of presentations.

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Last modified: Apr 19, 2013

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Nancy Dunton, PhD, FAAN
Research Professor

P: (913) 588-1456
ndunton@kumc.edu

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