Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Nancy Gauvin is a clinical assistant professor and a Henderson Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders with specialty experience in a variety of speech and language areas such as: swallowing disorders, voice disorders, resonance disorders, craniofacial anomalies and cleft lip and palate. Additionally, she has experience providing accent modification therapy to clients from various countries of the world, and a professional history of working on a craniofacial team. Dr. Gauvin has worked internationally in London, England and has been an invited lecturer to Managua, Nicaragua for Operation Smile. Dr. Gauvin recently reintroduced a transgender voice program at the Eleanor M. Luse Center for the trans community.

Research and/or Creative Works

  • The supervisory process and its impact on graduate students from culturally diverse populations.

Awards and Recognition

  • South Florida's 40 under 40 Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow, 2012

Associations and Affiliations

  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH)
  • Florida Association of Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologists (FLASHA)
Nancy Gauvin, Ed.D.

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Craniofacial anomalies, Cleft lip and Palate; Resonance Disorders and prosthetic appliances; Dysphagia; voice disorders; supervision; accent modification


  • Ed.D. (with dual concentration in speech-language pathology and organizational leadership); Nova Southeastern University
  • M.S. (with concentration in speech-language pathology); Nova Southeastern University
  • B.S. (with concentration in communication sciences and disorders); University of Central Florida


  • 802-656-0208
Office Location:

Eleanor M. Luse Center for Communication: Speech, Language and Hearing, Pomeroy Hall, 489 Main St., Office 406

Courses Taught

  • Dysphagia
  • Voice Disorders
  • Research Methods I
  • Research Methods II
  • Research Methods III