Nancy Gauvin, EdD, CCC-SLP is an assistant professor in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences leading the Department of Communication Science and Disorders' newest Communication and Health Equity Outcomes Research Initiative.
As an assistant professor in the tenure stream, Gauvin's primary academic responsibilities involve teaching in the speech-language pathology and clinical doctoral programs and the development of a systematic research program consistent with her expertise in vocal health and wellness, craniofacial anomalies/cleft lip and palate and resonance, and cultural considerations in clinical supervision and scholarship of teaching and learning, and health equity and outcomes. As a faculty investigator, she is a member of the CSD's Research Enterprises in Voice and Swallowing (REVS) multi-investigator research initiative and serves as director of CSD's newest health equity and outcomes research core.
Gauvin joined the department from Molloy College in Queens, New York, where she served as an assistant professor. She previously served as a clinical assistant professor at the University of Vermont and program instructor/clinical supervisor at Nova Southeastern University.