Roslyn D. Robinson (b. 1920) worked on the Manhattan Project in Chicago.
She was born in New York City, and attended Brooklyn College. She was married to Sidney Robinson, who also worked on the project. After they were married in 1942, they moved out to Chicago. Robinson had been a social worker prior to being hired by the Met Lab.
She worked as a driver and in an administrative office under Joyce Stearns. Her roles included checking security clearances and transporting people to Argonne, outside the city. The couple left the project in 1944 and returned to New York.