Rosalyn Davis

A photo of Rosalyn Davis.

Part-Time Lecturer

Special Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders

127 John W. Porter Building


[email protected]


  • M.A., Education Administration, Governors State University
  • M.S., Communication Disorders, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Rosalyn Davis is a speech-language pathologist and clinical educator whose clinical interests include pediatric acquired language disorders, vocal cord dysfunction, and translational science. She is employed as a pediatric speech-language pathologist in the healthcare setting and is pursuing her Ph.D. in translational health science. She teaches courses on diagnosing speech and language disorders and pediatric language disorders. Rosalyn mentors graduate students and clinical fellows clinically and is an active member of the Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association.


  • CSD 568 – Diagnostic Methods: Assessment of Speech and Language Disorders in Children
  • CSD 607 – Early Interven of Speech and Language Impaired Children
  • CSD 618 – Language Disorders in School-Aged Children